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From this chapter, you should have gained a good understanding of the new
features of CSS3. You should be armed with a small toolbox from which you
can expand upon, which includes how to perform basic animations, how to
''tween'' and create keyframes for animations, and how to apply them to
elements. You should also have an understanding that some of the CSS3
features are supported by most browsers, but are still in their draft stages,
which is why sometimes you need to write the same code several times.
You should also have a solid understanding of SASS, and how it can improve
your productivity by drastically reducing the amount of code that you have to
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