Adobe’s CSS Shaders

by Daniel S
As HTML advances forward, Adobe is working on creating Adobe CSS Shaders. Currently still in draft, it would allow developers to develop in more of a rich, cinematic filter effects to HTML. Some effect examples are waves, ripples, warps, swipes, etc. CSS Shaders is similar to WebGL shaders, however WebGL is only for HTML5. With CSS Shaders, it will work on any version of HTML. Unfortunately, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 does not allow any form of filter effects with shaders, and if CSS Shaders gets approved, Microsoft will have to make some changes.

This ties into our class lectures on CSS because we recently covered over CSS. I took the time to look further into Adobe’s CSS Shaders, and I actually found some interesting examples of what CSS Shaders look like. You too can view some of the examples found here: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/html5/articles/css-shaders.html

Source: Vosevich, Ph.D., K. (2012, February 1). CSS Shaders. Welcome to Faulkner’s Advisory for IT Studies. Retrieved April 22, 2012, from http://0-www.faulkner.com.opac.library.csupomona.edu/products/faulknerlibrary/

 

2 thoughts on “Adobe’s CSS Shaders”

  1. Interesting. Adobe still has sometime to work with Microsoft because microsoft still has not even launched IE 10. IE 10 is still being made and is still moving into the transition for HTML5 which should be in the near future once it is released and approved.But the effects that adobe wants to release do you think that is a true seller people now can use actual video in their web pages i think that adobe can keep trying to stay afloat but them staying in the web area is going to be difficult in the near future that is my opinion the photoshop and is good and their pdf so they may live on in that aspect but i believe they are putting alot of time in effort into staying with the web changes.

  2. That pretty awesome on what they can create for website use. It going to create a new wave of creative websites whenever it get release. It pretty interesting how advance this new CSS feature is that the next 2 generation of IE can’t even support it.

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