Technology, Data and Science

CSS: Scrolling and Parallax

Scrolling used to be really basic—up and down, and occasionally side to side. Now scrolling has taken a larger place in navigation, and CSS lets you connect animations to scrolling, resulting in new interaction opportunities. This course shows how web developers and app developers can leverage scrolling and parallax to program new interface styles. Ray Villalobos demonstrates how to customize CSS for scrolling behaviors, create CSS animations, create scroll-based animations, use ScrollMagic, tween, and use the GreenSock Animation Platform (GSAP). He covers pseudo classes, elements, using transform properties, sequencing, parallax with JavaScript, and more.

This course is integrated with GitHub Codespaces, an instant cloud developer environment that offers all the functionality of your favorite IDE without the need for any local machine setup. With Codespaces, you can get hands-on practice from any machine, at any time—all while using a tool that you’ll likely encounter in the workplace. Check out the “Using GitHub Codespaces with this course” video to learn how to get started.

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