Web Designer Issue 293
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Published 15th October
December 17th 1996 - the day that CSS first hit the Web. And, like a proud parent Web Designer has watched the specification grow into a mature, responsible language.
So, in the current issue we decided to dedicate our lead feature to its latest leap, CSS Houdini. Matt Crouch takes a look at the key APIs that are shaping CSS today and tomorrow. He reveals how they can be used, why they should be used, the current state of support, which ones can be used now and how to build with them.
Keeping the future theme, we take a look at WebXR. What is it, inspirational examples and the resources, tools and devices making it happen.
Plus, we have an array of top tutorials, including how to create cool text effects with Blotter.js, code interactive WebGL headers, build with the JAMstack and how to build your own API-driven app with the Ionic framework.