One of my favourite apps at the moment is Web Design Cheat Sheet for BlackBerry 10. It went through a recent update but the developer is clearly working hard and is very dedicated to his users. This latest update brings about the much awaited CSS3 section. I have also been waiting for this section and very glad that is now here.
There is a lot of content to be found, just as with the HTML section, so there is plenty to keep you busy.
Access to 176 CSS Properties:
- Detailed Syntax
- CSS & HTML Examples
- Editor & Previewer
Fully Functional CSS3 Editor:
- Ability to Toggle Between HTML & CSS
- Remembers Code on Exit
- Predefined Templates
- Quick Code Buttons
- Properties are Sorted by Categories
- Quick Access to Filter Between CSS Types
- Quick Links Within Property Pages:
- Mozilla Developer Network
- World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
The CSS3 section is a paid for section but worth it for the content provided. Just as with the HTML section you get a fully functional CSS3 editor and you can also toggle between the two, just to make things a little bit more convenient for you. The CSS3 is $1.99/£1.50 and is a great way to support the developer too.