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#1 Slice   User is offline

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Resource: thecodeplayer.com

Posted 04 October 2013 - 05:45 PM

Just stumbled across this on twitter, and thought I'd share.

Now must tutorials nowadays are in the standard format, showing you snippets of code at different stages and explaining what each bit of the code does.


This website makes tutorials much more dynamic and a hell of a lot more fun. You watch the code as it was recorded by the author of the tutorial and have a realtime preview window to watch how each piece of code effects the output. The tutorials are based mainly on HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript.

I've just watched through a couple and already picked up on a few neat tricks I'd never have thought of doing. Most of the authers comment as they go to explain what they are doing. The code appears to be a sped up version of their actual coding, as you see them sometimes make typos and going back to correct themselves.

This one is cool.

Enjoy :]

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#2 DblAAssassin   User is offline

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Re: Resource: thecodeplayer.com

Posted 09 October 2013 - 06:03 PM

This is pretty, cool. Thanks for sharing!
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Re: Resource: thecodeplayer.com

Posted 10 October 2013 - 10:07 AM

Awesome find thanks for sharing. :)
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