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touch-action

The touch-action property in CSS gives you control over the effect of touchscreen interactions with an element, similar to the more widely-used pointer-events property used to control mouse interactions.

#element {
  touch-action: pan-right pinch-zoom;
}

The touch-action property is useful primarily for interactive UI elements that need slightly different behavior depending on the type of device being used. When your users might expect an element to behave a particular way with a mouse, and slightly different behavior on a touch … Read article

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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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