Front-end developers are the people who make it possible for users to see and interact with the web. By combining their expertise in HTML, CSS and JavaScript, they write the lines (and lines and lines) of code that conjures what users see and touch online. While the challenge of keeping up with shifting technologies and innumerable screen sizes is onerous, front-end devs have many tools to help them stay on top of things. One of those tools is CodePen.

Described as a “playground for the front end side of the web,” CodePen allows developers to save, edit and gather feedback on their “pens” while others can fork the original code and take it in new directions. We’ve collected what we consider to be 10 of the best Disney inspired pens below. For an appreciation for the work behind web development, check out Baymax and Mickey (completely done with code, not a single image used) below.

1. Disney’s Big Hero 6 Baymax in Pure CSS by Rachel Bull (@rachel_web)

See the Pen Disney’s Big Hero 6 Baymax in Pure CSS by Rachel Bull (@rachel_web) on CodePen.

2. Disney’s Mickey Mouse in Pure CSS by Rachel Bull (@rachel_web) on CodePen

See the Pen Disney’s Mickey Mouse in Pure CSS by Rachel Bull (@rachel_web) on CodePen.

3. Star Wars opening crawl from 1977 by Tim Pietrusky (@TimPietrusky)

*click below to start crawl

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

4. Disney Responsive Logo SVG by Junior (@juniorfrontend)

See the Pen Disney Responsive Logo SVG by Junior (@juniorfrontend) on CodePen.

5. Awesome, Responsive, CSS-Only Image Slider by Aidan M. Garza (@aidangarza)

See the Pen Awesome, Responsive, CSS-Only Image Slider by Aidan M. Garza (@aidangarza) on CodePen.

6. BB8-BY-MAOMA by Mauricio Santaella (@maoma87)

See the Pen BB8-BY-MAOMA by Mauricio Santaella (@maoma87) on CodePen.

7. Angular Responsive Timeline by Avery Thomas (@averyethomas)

See the Pen Angular Responsive Timeline by Avery Thomas (@averyethomas) on CodePen.

8. Disney pixar part of intro by Jeroen (@jeroens)

See the Pen Disney pixar part of intro by Jeroen (@jeroens) on CodePen.

9. Tribute Project: Free Code Camp by Samuel Robert Boettcher (@samuelboettcher)

See the Pen Tribute Project: Free Code Camp by Samuel Robert Boettcher (@samuelboettcher) on CodePen.

10. Disney love using CSS3 by Pranali (@pranali7)

See the Pen Disney love using CSS3 by Pranali (@pranali7) on CodePen.