Adaptive placeholder text for input elements Adaptive placeholder text for input elements / tutorial / free

Previous to the interactive placeholder, I was just using a normal one. I liked the simplicity of using a placeholder as a label. It actually made a pretty crappy interaction for the user though. A user would type and the text disappeared. This adaptive placeholder works to solve this problem.
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