9 posts tagged css3
Sencha Animator lead Arne Bech quickly figured out that you can embed Sencha Animator exported projects in the new HTML5-powered iBooks released yesterday by Apple. Check out our quick tutorial to learn how, then download the project files to start your own interactive iBook!
Michael Mullany demonstrates how to create a realistic bouncing ball animation with CSS3 and Sencha Animator. The ball is created with no images — only border-radius and gradients!
Yesterday we launched Sencha Animator, a powerful desktop application to create awesome CSS3 animations for WebKit browsers and touchscreen mobile devices. In no time you can make complex animations which would be daunting to program by hand, or create CSS3 Ads for use in your Sencha Touch mobile web app.
In this 20 minute video, our VP of Products Michael Mullany demos how to use the interface; including adding objects to the stage and timeline, assigning IDs, changing properties and adding custom CSS.
Our Sencha Animator Developer Preview is currently free to download and try on Mac, Windows and Linux. For more information about Sencha Animator, please visit our website.
Our CEO, Abe Elias, took the the stage in front of 3,000 people at BlackBerry Devcon on September 27th and received a huge round of applause after showing off our new CSS3 tool: Sencha Animator!
Sencha Animator creates CSS3 animations for use on WebKit browsers including Apple iOS, BlackBerry Torch, and Google Android.
Check out the demos for yourself at Sencha.com.
Jay Robinson and Edward Sanchez created this WebKit/CSS3 Cheat Sheet last week. Dave distributed it at the recent Web 2.0 conference in New York City, but you can grab it for free from http://sencha.com/css3cheatsheet (PDF)!
Arne Bech replicated three Flash banner ads using CSS3 animations. Have a look at the demo page and see if you can tell which is which.
Today, we’re overwhelmingly, insanely, ridiculously excited to introduce Sencha Touch, the first HTML5 framework for mobile devices. We think it’s the first cross-platform framework that builds web apps that make sense for mobile devices. It comes with a comprehensive UI widget library, complete touch event management with CSS transitions and an extensive data package.
Ext designer Jay Robinson adds to our blog series on the HTML5 Family with this great post covering CSS3:
Michael Mullany posted a terrific guide regarding HTML5: all the good stuff, none of the fluff.