Today we are presenting a article on CSS3 Animation featuring best awesome functions. CSS3 is full ofuseful features, some of which are less searched.
Paperfold CSS is a really awesome folding effect for all the hidden comments by Felix Niklas. It takes a DOM element, divides it into pieces and sets them like a folded paper in 3-D space. Interesting effect, right?
Create an animated profile popover menu with CSS transitions.
As the name suggests, this one lets you create a 3D thumbnail hover effects using CSS 3D transforms. Its code is quite long, but the effect is really nice.
Bitmap graphics is rendered with CSS. It has no pictures, no canvas, no data URIs and no extra markup. These pixels are made using the CSS gradients, and the size fits to the pixel’s boundaries.
Here you can get information about an experimental CSS 3D popup which turned out to be quite well. It was created to see the limits of SVG and CSS 3D transforms.
It allows producing the ‘slide in’ effect for boxes when you hover over them. This effect adds life to the plain boxes.
These are some really cool lighting effects with 3-D transforms, CSS gradients and masks. You can achieve the cast shadow effect by using the box shadows and transforms.
Did you like the animation on Apple’s Web page for the iPhone 4S? If so then you should check this out as here John B. Hall explains the CSS animation on that page.
Here you can get details about the experimental 3-D image transitions using CSS3 animations and jQuery. CSS3 transforms alone were utilized.
You can create the spinning social icons effect on hovering over them, using transform and transition.
Here you can learn creating the z-scroll effect in very detailed steps.