Collective #809


No. 809,  Thursday, January 25, 2024   View in browser

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Olรก, frontend friends! ๐Ÿ‘‹

A little while back, Maxwell Barvian reached out to share some fantastic demos based on designs by Francesco Zagami. The coolest part? He used the latest CSS scroll animation features to bring them to life! Don’t miss these three awesome demos โ€“ they’re perfect for getting into scroll-based animations using just CSS, no need for any fancy JavaScript magic!

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TRIONN’s latest design impresses with delightful details such as a smokey cursor effect, magnetic buttons, and an exceptional scrolling experience that unveils beautifully crafted layouts. The unique typography adds an extra layer of stylishness.

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โ“Did you know thatโ€ฆ

โ€ฆthe term “patch” in software updates has a fascinating history dating back to the early 1700s? Back then, punched holes in paper were used in looms to weave intricate textile patterns. Fast forward to 1889, when engineer Herman Hollerith adapted this concept for machine-readable punch cards, laying the groundwork for the birth of IBM in 1924. To fix coding errors or enhance programs, programmers would literally “patch” punched cards with paper tape. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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