Top 10 CodePens of the Week: JavaScript January Edition

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We haven’t done a CodePen showcase in a few weeks, but we’re back at it! We’re showcasing the coolest things people have created. And this week is the JavaScript January edition!

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Cloudy text with pixi.js by @rachsmithtweets

See the Pen Cloudy text with pixi.js by Rachel Smith (@rachsmith) on CodePen.

Cyclone Lissajous Curve – Canvas Particles Experiment by Jason Dicks

See the Pen Cyclone Lissajous Curve – Canvas Particles Experiment by Jason Dicks (@jsndks) on CodePen.

Particle Confetti Fountain by Poff Poffenberger

See the Pen Particle Confetti Fountain by Poff Poffenberger (@poffdeluxe) on CodePen.

Auto progression controls by Hakim El Hattab

Seriously check out Hakim’s site. Some incredible stuff.

See the Pen Auto progression controls by Hakim El Hattab (@hakimel) on CodePen.

Image => Particles by Nate Wiley

Trippy.

See the Pen Image => Particles by Nate Wiley (@natewiley) on CodePen.

Creating the QLOCKTWO in HTML5, CSS and Javascript by Fabrice Weinberg

See the Pen Creating the QLOCKTWO in HTML5, CSS and Javascript by Fabrice Weinberg (@FWeinb) on CodePen.

DrawSVGPlugin Animation by GreenSock

See the Pen DrawSVGPlugin Animation by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen.

Moving things around with Velocity.js by @rachsmithtweets

See the Pen Moving things around with Velocity.js by Rachel Smith (@rachsmith) on CodePen.

Evaporate – Canvas Experiment by Jason Dicks

See the Pen Evaporate – Canvas Experiment by Jason Dicks (@jsndks) on CodePen.

Star Wars opening crawl from 1977 by Tim Pietrusky

See the Pen Star Wars opening crawl from 1977 by Tim Pietrusky (@TimPietrusky) on CodePen.

Chris Sevilleja

Co-founder of Scotch.io. Slapping the keyboard until something good happens.