Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Feb 2009 13:19 UTC, submitted by Hakime
Internet & Networking "WebKit now supports explicit animations in CSS. As a counterpart to transitions, animations provide a way to declare repeating animated effects, with keyframes, completely in CSS. CSS Animations is one of the enhancements to CSS proposed by the WebKit project that we've been calling CSS Effects (eg. gradients, masks, transitions). The goal is to provide properties that allow Web developers to create graphically rich content. In many cases animations are presentational, and therefore belong in the styling system. This allows developers to write declarative rules for animations, replacing lots of hard-to-maintain animation code in JavaScript."
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Microsoft is behind the pack
by robojerk on Mon 9th Feb 2009 16:37 UTC in reply to "A shame..."
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I refuse to switch to IE8, WMP12 because Microsoft has spent so long ignoring these products that just bringing them up to snuff with the rest is not enough. With the money and resources available to Microsoft the fact that VLC, MPlayer, and others offer so many more features and support so many codecs OOB it's pathetic

I just wish they weren't included in Windows 7.

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