So I have to admit that I’m using Codepen alot, I’m also liking their “love/like” button. So I set to recreate the effect.
This pen is still quite sought after and has received many “likes”
This is the end result
See the Pen Codepen heart by Michael Dobekidis (@netgfx) on CodePen.
Continue if you want to know how it was build.
Recently I read a very interesting article about some css animations. One of my favorites was the one with the menu that looks like a fallback for mobile devices. So I thought to replicate the effect (with some twist) with greensock TimelineMax (you can also use TimelineLite).
Here is what the end effect will look:
See the Pen Menu Animation by Michael Dobekidis (@netgfx) on CodePen.
The article for CSS animations can be found here:
I have been struggling with the lack of replay procedures in HTML5 gaming, with flash things were quite easy because we could save all of our game sessions as movies or swf files that could be later on viewed. With HTML5 we don’t quite have that, or it is not as easy. So I was thinking of ways to produce movies from canvas.
And then it hit me… images can produced as urls and canvas can be exported as an image, and what are continuously changing images? A movie!
So I went on and made a codepen about this. And quite frankly it kinda looks awesome. Of course some more brilliant minds than mine could dig into this and help me make it truly useful for all.
So let’s see the pen first. The procedure is as follows:
We click record and move the box around
Then we stop and we watch the movie that was produced.
See the Pen Record & playback for canvas by Michael Dobekidis (@netgfx) on CodePen.