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Tic Tac Toe with CSS and SVG

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Jhey Tompkins
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Learn how to make a fully functioning Tic Tac Toe game that doesn't need any client-side JavaScript!

For this course, we'll be using Pug and Stylus which are preprocessors for HTML and CSS respectively.

Learn how to:

  • Generate markup with loops and template literals
  • Leverage native HTML behavior
  • Create SVG
  • Use CSS variables and scope
  • Implement game logic with HTML forms
  • Animate SVG with CSS
  • Use CSS Animation to provide motion
  • Use Pug Mixins
  • Disable motion when users don't want it
  • Apply visual effects using CSS filter and backdrop-filter
  • Generate random animations using Pug and CSS variables

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Course Content

39m • 21 lessons

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