Tuesday 16th October, 2012
12:20pm to 12:50pm
In this session Peter will look at what you can do with 3D CSS, how it works and how to use it. 3D CSS is awesome. It makes it very easy to bring another perspective to our creations. In real life the use of 3D CSS can throw up quite a few unexpected issues but luckily there are some tricks and tools that can help you prevent or resolve these. Peter will also zoom out and look at some legitimate use cases for 3D CSS. He will consider alternative tools like WebGL and draw on lessons we should have already learned from the web's past. But should we use this technique at all? And if so, what would be a legitimate usecase? To answer this we will consider alternative tools and draw on lessons we should have already learned from the web's past.
Front-end developer at Mint Digital London
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