Over the past couple years I’ve been working on a solution to fluid typesetting that is easy to use and easy to implement. Finally I’m ready to share it. Introducing typetura ✨ http://typetura.com
@davatron5000 really enjoying the how to think like a front end developer series. 👍👍
Really getting back into Shoptalk Show with the @samkap episode. the dribbble thing at the end ✨💖
The web is really cool. Wow. https://codepen.io/ReGGae/full/bmyYEj/
Pushed some major updates to typetura.js: https://github.com/scottkellum/typetura.js
I’m extremely proud of this project and where it’s going! Still just the tip of the ice-burg.
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Liquid text in CSS leveraging CSS animations bound to width (or whatever you want to bind it to): https://codepen.io/scottkellum/pen/ePQzob?editors=0100
Possibly the next version of Typetura.js: https://codepen.io/scottkellum/pen/MPzWzq/?editors=0100
With a bit of Momentum mixed in ✨
We live in a world where learning to use the DOM is irrelevant but instead React is the "layer" one needs to learn.
That <div>s are better than <button> or <input type=submit>.
That using `eventListener` or small event bus tools are "too much work".
That CSS is a hyper-Turing complete language and instead of looking for solutions to improve it, it's just dropped and masked altogether.
This kind of tech would have helped me so much when I was in school: https://www.theverge.com/2018/10/15/17979140/microsoft-office-dictation-web-apps-features-dyslexia
Cursor tracking in CSS!?
YUP! well, with a few tricks up my sleeve: https://codepen.io/scottkellum/pen/JmNBwW?editors=0100