As being future web programming technologies, HTML5 and CSS3 bring the momentum among the web developers. In the result, we see more beautiful and eye catching websites, animations and faster user experience. Every time we get excited with something new and ravishing demos, each seems to explore exciting never seen before avenues, and all push CSS boundaries further away. Many front-end designers are already having a play around with some of the new and exciting CSS3 features. While lots of the current spec can, and should, be used now, many of the super-cool features are reliant on modern and up-to-date browsers.
Proper use of animation in CSS technique’s always been a challenge for web developers, most effectible thing is the compatibility of these animation with the web browsers. The animation technology should be mass user according, and then it will be served in true sense. Of course there is nothing to stop anyone using progressive enhancement to spice up their websites with a sprinkling of nifty CSS3 magic. The good news is that CSS transforms are already a firm fixture in current Webkit browsers, with Firefox 4+ (and hopefully IE9) adding support in the not too distant future.
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