IndustryFlexible Navigation, JavaScript: The Good Parts, CSS Animation Tricks | The Treehouse Show Episode 75

Jason Seifer
writes on January 28, 2014

It’s Tuesday which means that the Treehouse Show is back! In episode 75 of The Treehouse Show, Nick and Jason (@jseifer) talk about FlexNav for responsive menus, coding JavaScript the right way, CSS animation tricks, and much more.

This Week’s Links

  • FlexNav – A jQuery Plugin for Responsive Menus

  • JS: The Right Way

  • Download Bootstrap 3 UI Kit

  • Fit.js » Fit things into other things

  • CSS Animation Tricks: State Jumping, Negative Delays, Animating Origin, and More | CSS-Tricks

  • countUp.js

  • Design the Details: Empty States by @hamishmcneill — Realmac Software Blog

  • Windows Chrome, why do my fonts look so bad? – Lee Green

One Response to “Flexible Navigation, JavaScript: The Good Parts, CSS Animation Tricks | The Treehouse Show Episode 75”

  1. I just used FlexNav.js on my last site. fw.ky.gov

    I had to write some custom CSS for IE7 and IE8, but over all it was great. I highly recommend it.

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