Windows 10 Cortana animation

Windows 10 Cortana Different animations

Below watch Windows 10 Cortana Different animations with HTML(use haml but you can compile it to HTML and see it) and CSS(use scss but you can compile it to CSS and see it). Let’s look at the code below, See the Pen Windows 10 Cortana Different animations by Pranab (@Phe0nix) on CodePen. If you don’t understand any part, feel free to comment down below. I’ll reply as soon as possible and … Continue reading Windows 10 Cortana Different animations

Understand Scope

Understand Scope in JavaScript

The scope is one of the very important and basic things of JavaScript that you need to know to understand how the function’s work. So, what is it basically, Scopes basically a priority order for a variable means it’s basically deciding which variables to show and which variables are not. Types of Scope There are many types are available in javascript, but most important types … Continue reading Understand Scope in JavaScript

CSS3 transition-hover effect

CSS3 Basic Animation 01 – hover effect

Today, I’m gonna demonstrate the basic CSS3 transition animation with pseudo-class :hover effect. So, what is CSS3 hover effect? Hover means when you put your mouse cursor over an element, then this time the hover initiate. If you mentioned something happens on hover state, then changes happen depending on how much duration you put on your CSS. Like, many websites when you visit, you see when … Continue reading CSS3 Basic Animation 01 – hover effect

JS-Null vs. Undefined

Understand Null and Undefined and their differences

Null and Undefined, two are very important terms in the coding world. So, let’s learn about Null – Null basically means if you have nothing to show, you can put null in your code. Look at the example below of Null – var d = null; here, the value of variable d is null means nothing. You cannot do anything with this. Null is not … Continue reading Understand Null and Undefined and their differences

HTML 5.3

W3C announces HTML 5.2 is completed and 5.3 is on its way

Today W3C releases HTML 5.2. This is the second revision of HTML5, following last year’s HTML 5.1 Recommendation. In 2014 we expressed a goal to produce a revision roughly every year; HTML 5.2 is a continuation of that commitment. Many of the features added integrate other work done in W3C – The Payment Request API promises to make commerce on the Web far easier. reducing the risks … Continue reading W3C announces HTML 5.2 is completed and 5.3 is on its way