I’m starting a new category for small updates since i think writing full articles will bore people, basically to start off this new series of articles i wanted to quickly talk about Firefox now supporting CSS3 transformations. WebKit has supported this feature for a while now because they have primarily dedicated themselves to been the leader of mastering the CSS3 web technology, however vendors such as Firefox and Opera are hitting back and slowing driving forward to achieve the same level of standards that Google Chrome and Safari lead in.
Firefox however are hitting their goals a lot faster with the new release cycle they have going, because of this cycle they have been under abnormal pressure to ensure the features they implement are bug free and work like they should gives them an advantage because they have the use of the nightly builds to ensure when the BETA build comes around that features such as CSS3 transformations work like they should.
I give a big thumbs up to Firefox for finally getting this feature implemented and hope to see sites with demos update them soon so others can see the power of animations using nothing but CSS3.
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