CSS transitions allow to smoothly go from one element’s state to another. How it works is that individual properties are animated from an initial to a final state.
“Tips and Tricks” lets you jump right in and learn how to be productive with Visual Studio Code. You’ll become familiar with its powerful editing, code intelligence, and source code control features and learn useful keyboard shortcuts. This topic goes pretty fast and provides a broad overview, so be sure to look at the other in-depth topics in Getting Started and the User Guide to learn more.
ImageResizer is the best image server for ASP.NET. It can be dropped into existing apps and works alongside your CMS or existing platform to eliminate manual image tasks, enable fast and adaptive websites, and improve your sales by reducing page load time.
Velocity is an animation engine with the same API as jQuery’s $.animate(). It works with and without jQuery. It’s incredibly fast, and it features color animation, transforms, loops, easings, SVG support, and scrolling. It is the best of jQuery and CSS transitions combined. Download
Download Velocity, include it on your page, and replace all instances of jQuery’s $.animate() with $.velocity(). You will immediately see a performance boost across all browsers and devices — especially on mobile. Compatibility
Velocity works everywhere — back to IE8 and Android 2.3. Under the hood, it mimics jQuery’s $.queue(), and thus interoperates seamlessly with jQuery’s $.animate(), $.fade(), and $.delay(). Since Velocity’s syntax is identical to $.animate(), your code doesn’t need to change. Secret Sauce
> Hosting on Azure and building on Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)? You should utilize the (now) wonderful release management tool built into VSTS.
Use this tool to make your ASP.NET Core API and front-end app play nice.