Learn About CSS3 with Robyn Overstreet

CSS has long been a powerful part of the web design process, but with the emergence of CSS3 and the growth of both the spec and the number of browsers that support it, amazing options are now available to developers.

Back on July 29th, 2010, Robyn Overstreet, a web developer extraordinaire, came to San Francisco HTML5 User Group to show off all the new techniques and tricks involving HTML5 and CSS3 enhancements that are providing new possibilities for improving the user experience.

Robyn covered things like: rounded corners, border image, color and opacity: RGBA, gradients, box and text Shadows, multiple backgrounds, masks, reflection, text-overflow, multi-column layout, web fonts, new CSS3 selectors, transitions, transformations, animation, and so on.

Here is the video (36:43) from this event:

And here are the slides:

You can also check out some of the pix from this event that I snapped.

This event was hosted by SUPINFO, organized by Marakana, and sponsored by Kaazing and Marakana.
Published September 6, 2010