Folding Content Nav Menu CSS3 Animation JavaScript Tutorial Premium class

Adam K., Devveloper

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3 Videos (18m)
    • Introduction

      0:40
    • Folding Content Nav Menu CSS3 Animation Part 2

      8:26
    • Folding Content Nav Menu CSS3 Animation Part 3

      8:34

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About This Class

Learn to create various folding content effects with click triggers and toggle mechanisms. Learning these visual effects can greatly enhance your front-end design work. The best part is that it's so simple to do, that no 3rd party frameworks or libraries are needed. The code is slim, and the visual effects are awesome.

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Adam K.

Devveloper

I am an Android app and games developer, and teacher with 30 years of development experience! And I reveal all my knowledge and secrets in my courses!

Do you want to learn how to develop apps and games for Android devices?

Interested in reskinning games for mobile devices?

Want to obtain the skills to become a full time developer?

Then see my Udemy courses below, you can be doing all of this and more!

My CV I spent years as a contract software developer working for government departments, and large prestigious companies like Saab, Mitsubishi, and Fujitsu (to name just a few) in a developer/team lead developer capacity.

I am skilled in many development languages including Java, C++, C#, and Objective-C to name a few.

For the past 10 years I have been self employed, and now focus exclusively on teaching others how to develop apps for an Android platform.

If I am not adding new content to my Udemy courses, or my "Aussie Android Dev Guy" Youtube channel, I will be messing around with new and obscure Android API's, or playing games on my Nexus 7 or Nexus 4, or even one of my game consoles (XBox360, PS4, and XBox One)

I've published numberous games on Google Play Android store, and for the record my first published game was in 1982 for the Commodore 64 (the Simon memory game).

Yes I can still remember writing 6502 and Z80 Assembly language (I have fond memories of the Sinclair ZX-81 and Amstrad CPC-464 machines). love to teach and get very passionate about development and assisting others to achieve success in this field.