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Iñigo Quilez :: fractals, computer graphics, mathematics, demoscene and more Inspiration for CG Artists - ITS ART Responsive Multi-Level Menu A responsive multi-level menu that shows its submenus in their own context, allowing for a space-saving presentation and usage. View demo Download source Today we want to share an experimental drop-down menu with you. The main idea is to save space for menus that have a lot of content and sub-levels. Each sub-level in this menu will be shown in its own context, making the “parent” level disappear. Please note: this only works as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. The structure of the menu contains an unordered list that can have an arbitrary number of sub-lists: Animations are defined in animation classes: And the plugin is called as following: We hope you like this little experiment and find it inspiring!
Nodyn: Node.JS for the JVM EaselJS Recent Updates Follow @CreateJS November 2014 Updates in preparation for next release (coming soon).New class model, with big performance increases October 2014 Lots of bug fixes and pull requests.New 'Extras' folder in GitHub with useful tools and classes July 2014 Major overhaul of Graphics to include a useful command pattern, and a big performance increase.Added Graphics.store() / unstore() The Story Why we built EaselJS About EaselJS EaselJS provides straight forward solutions for working with rich graphics and interactivity with HTML5 Canvas. Featured Projects Community Show & Tell. Ion Drift A port of the Flash game Ion Drift, b10b was able to build a CreateJS version in less than a day that hit target framerates on even the lowest devices, and outperformed ports to other libraries. By b10b b10b
benvanik/WebGLBrowser TF3DM - 3D Models for free Responsive Web Design: Using Fonts Responsively Typography is one of the most important aspects of responsive web design, and optimizing your fonts for mobile devices is an absolute necessity if you want your content to be palatable across all screen sizes. Fortunately, the process of building flexible fonts is not very difficult. When we talk about flexibility (which is the guiding principle in this case), we cannot overlook the specified size of the font we’ve chosen to adapt for our responsive website. We may use different metrics for this purpose, including pixels, ems, rems, or percentages. Choosing the right metric is critical for designing a malleable, responsive interface. In this continuation on responsive web design, I’ll explain how to manage dynamic fonts responsively, and I’ll analyze all of the aforementioned metrics, comparing the strength and weaknesses of each choice. Pixels For a long time, pixels have been the unit preferred of web designer due to its inherent precision and accuracy. Ems Percentages Rems Conclusions