Month: March 2017
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It’s been very cool to see so many different folks using CodePen on their YouTube channel to explain code. We’ve rounded up several of them in this blog post.
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David Khourshid has been telling the world how connecting UI and events through reactive observables is awesome. This is another example of how to build things in that way.
It’s hard to pick favorites, but we did our best to pick some of the most fascinating, powerful, and imaginative Pens that utilize the Web Audio API.
Mustafa Enes’ beautiful collection gathers planets, solar systems, and other celestial bodies from all over the CodePen galaxy!
Toaster’s “tribute to CSSGrid” generates a Mondrian-inspired piece of of art for you at the click of a button.
Greg Hovanesyan’s post gets you started with a cool library designed to make it easier to work with the Web Audio API.
Matt Rothenberg’s been making some cool Pens that explore how shapes are made. Check out his animated heart.
Christina Gorton challenged herself to make a CSS painting a week, kicking it off with a rendering of Rene Magritte’s “The Son of Man”
Did you know you can customize your CodePen profile page with CSS? Have a peek at Chazona Baum’s delightful and bright custom profile page for inspiration, and tinker around with your own in your Customize settings.
On the latest episode of CodePen Radio: Chris, Jake, and Dee get together to talk about the process of refactoring the code for our payments system.
The #dailycssimages challenge keeps bringing the good stuff! Alina’s robot doesn’t seem to be quite as psyched about it as we are, though 😉