A fresh collection of HTML5 and CSS3 tools which are very useful for design and development. HTML5 is an extremely useful markup language for enhancing user experience and usability. It is becoming more and more popular, as a web developer or designer, you’ll need to keep up with the latest news and learn new skills.
Today’s we put together a list of twenty five new HTML5 Tools and CSS3 resources to help save you time and energy along the way. The collection based on framework, libraries, tools, techniques, and plugins. Enjoy!
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HTML5 is making the web design more powerful in different areas. Fast, Secure, Responsive and Beautiful. These words are belongs to HTML5. HTML5 have many features that allow developers and designers to create apps and websites with the functionality, speed, performance, and experience of desktop applications. These HTML5 Tools can help to develop your project must faster and easier.
Here is the list of 25 HTML5 and CSS3 Tools for front-end designing and development. Enjoy!
A tutorial on how to create a slider with a “prism” effect using HTML5 canvas globalCompositeOperation and a layering technique.
A small collection of dialog effects using CSS animations for your inspiration. Some effects use SVG animations of morphing paths with the help of Snap.svg.
A 3D rotating navigation, powered by CSS transformations.
Music player that lives in your browser. It uses the powerful HTML5 File Reader and Audio APIs. As a result, you can just drag and drop mp3 files from your computer into the browser, and they are automatically added to your playlist.
An easy way to show more product images and variations right in the product gallery.
A little playful content navigation effect that uses the draggable Elastic Stack and Snap.svg for animating a background shape like a trampoline. The demos are a tribute to Leonard Nimoy.
An image that expands on click, going full-width and turning into a gallery.
The slides in this slideshow wobble as they move. The effect is based on Sergey Valiukh’s Dribbble shot and was made using Snap.svg and morphing SVG paths.
An old-school arcade-style 3D shoot-em-up rendered entirely with CSS 3D transforms.
A couple of more inspirational styles for text input effects including some new techniques and ideas.