SpinKit uses CSS animations to create smooth and easily customizable animations. The goal is not to offer a solution that works in every browser. If you’re building a site with users running IE9 and below, you’ll want to detect support for the CSS animation attribute, and implement a fallback animation (e.g. a GIF.)
Myth is a preprocessor that lets you write pure CSS without having to worry about slow browser support, or even slow spec approval. It’s like a CSS polyfill.
Myth lets you write pure CSS while still giving you the benefits of tools like LESS and Sass. You can still use variables and math functions, just like you do in preprocessors. It’s like a polyfill for future versions of the spec.
Some of the features in CSS require runtime calculations, which neither Myth nor preprocessors handle, but what Myth does is let you write your code today in the future syntax, so that your code is future-proof. When browsers finally support these features you won’t need to rewrite anything, just remove Myth and start using the cascade!
When designing your app, the navigation bar is easily the UI element that stands out the most. It defines the rest of the design and that is what most users remember. App Design Vault decided to create this list of navigation bar designs for you to use in your app. They were inspired by lots of good design patterns all across the App store.
Smashing Magazine present to you a fantastic St. Valentine’s icon set designed by their illustrator Ricardo Gimenes. The icons presented are available in transparent and non-transparent PNGs (256×256px, 512×512, 1024×1024px), as well as in EPS format and are perfect for any projects you have coming up for St. Valentine’s Day. Enjoy!
This icon set is completely free to use for commercial or personal applications without any restrictions.