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Twice now I’ve rounded up some of my favorite Pens for posts on the David Walsh Blog:
I think it’s a pretty fun format for a blog post. Not only do you get to pick some favs, you can explain why you think it’s so great. Other people have gotten in on the fun over the years:
- 15 Inspiring Examples of CSS Animation on CodePen by Donovan Hutchinson
- Top 10 CodePens of the Week by Chris Sevilleja (who’s been doing it weekly for months)
- 5 Free Excellent CodePen.io Demos by the Awwwards team
- 11 Awesome Pens by Raymon Schouwenaar
And don’t forget Chris Nager’s Give ‘n’ Go which showcases Dribbble > CodePen crossovers that are all super high quality.