Smooth as Butter: Achieving 60 FPS Animations with CSS3

Datetime:2016-08-23 03:05:01          Topic: CSS3           Share

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Smooth as Butter: Achieving 60 FPS Animations with CSS3

Animating elements in your mobile applications is easy. Animating elements in your mobile applications properly may be easy, too… if you follow our tips here. While everyone is using CSS3 animations in ...

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