Home [Developer] Creating realistic shadows with Shine.js

[Developer] Creating realistic shadows with Shine.js

During web / Tizen app development you might find the need to use shadows in your work, for text or for a DOM element. Most of the time that standard CSS shadows will do the trick, but what if you wanted an extra dimension of realism? This is where Shine.js might be useful.
You can obtain the Shine.js library from here, and also see this article that will show you how to set it up, the configuration process and how to create realistic shadows. We look forward to seeing what you create!

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