#ChromDevSummit, Houdini.how got announced:
Houdini.how is a library and reference for Houdini worklets and resources. It provides everything you need to know about CSS Houdini: browser support, an overview of its various APIs, usage information, additional resources, and live paint worklet samples. Each sample on Houdini.how is backed by the CSS Paint API, meaning they each work on all modern browsers. Give it a whirl!
🎩 Houdini, ain't that a magician?
Houdini is a set of low-level APIs that exposes parts of the CSS engine, giving developers the power to extend CSS by hooking into the styling and layout process of a browser’s rendering engine. Houdini is a group of APIs that give developers direct access to the CSS Object Model (CSSOM), enabling developers to write code the browser can parse as CSS, thereby creating new CSS features without waiting for them to be implemented natively in browsers.