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    Whoa, very nice! I did some hacking on curves six years ago and in 2005, and I would have loved a unified guide like this. The visual grace of cubic bézier curves is hard to match, techniques for approximating them from different inputs are gold.

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      Unrelated to the topic at hand, but huge props to the website author for making the site look great without javascript, and displaying this friendly message:

      If you have JavaScript disabled, you’ll have to enable it, as this book heavily relies on JS rendering, both for the base content (it’s been written as a React application) and all the interactive graphics, which rely on JS not just for the user interaction but also for the live-drawing (none of the graphics in this book are flat images, they’re all live-rendered).