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Creating an Animated Login Form for TouchID

I came across this amazing Dribbble shot by Jakub Reis a while back. It caught my eye and I knew that I just had to try recreating it in code. At that moment, I didn’t know how. I tried out a bunch of different things, and about a year later, I finally managed to make this demo.

I learned a couple of things along the way, so let me take you on a little journey of what I did … Read article

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You Can’t Detect A Touchscreen

Stu Cox explains that there are a ton of ways you might think you can get a yes-or-no answer on whether a browser supports touch or not:

  • Width media queries
  • Touch-related DOM events
  • Touch-related APIs
  • Pointer media queries

The normal refrain around this is "there are devices that are both, so you'd be wrong on those," which is true, but it's actually more problematic than that. These testing methods are often just straight up wrong.

So:

For layouts,

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