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Text Animation

Objective       up 4/24/2016

Example code for Text Animation

Links    up 4/26/2016

Using CSS animations   developer.mozilla.org    up 4/26/2016

Using CSS animations

CSS animations make it possible to animate transitions from one CSS style configuration to another.

Animations consist of two components, a style describing the CSS animation and a set of keyframes that indicate the start and end states of the animation's style, as well as possible intermediate waypoints.

There are three key advantages to CSS animations over traditional script-driven animation techniques:

  1. They're easy to use for simple animations; you can create them without even having to know JavaScript.
  2. The animations run well, even under moderate system load. Simple animations can often perform poorly in JavaScript (unless they're well made). The rendering engine can use frame-skipping and other techniques to keep the performance as smooth as possible.
  3. Letting the browser control the animation sequence lets the browser optimize performance and efficiency by, for example, reducing the update frequency of animations running in tabs that aren't currently visible.

Top 9 Animation Libraries to Use in 2016    up 4/26/2016

Top 9 Animation Libraries to Use in 2016

  1. Animate.css is one of the sleekest and most easy-to-use CSS animation libraries out there. Applying the Animate library to your project is as simple as adding the required CSS classes to your HTML elements. You can also use jQuery to call the animations on a particular event.
  2. Bounce.js is a tool and javascript library that focusses on providing a selection of unique bouncy CSS animations to your website.
  3. Magic Animations is one of the most impressive animation libraries available. It has many different animations, many of which are quite unique to this library. As with Animate.css, you can implement Magic by simply importing the CSS file. You can also make use of the animations from jQuery. This project offers a particularly cool demo application.
  4. DynCSS is the sort of animation library that you might like to use in your website along with parallax effect. To get a clearer idea of what you can do with this library, take a look at this demo.
  5. CSShake does exactly what it says on the box – a CSS library for shaking the elements of your webpage. As you might expect, there are a number of variations available for shaking your web components.
  6. Hover.css is a CSS animation library designed for use with buttons and other UI elements in your website. It has really nice 2D transitions, along with a host of other well-crafted animations.
  7. Velocity.js is a sophisticated JavaScript library for animations like Fade & Slide, Scroll, Stop, Finish, Reverse and many others.
  8. Favico.js is designed to target a very specific use case: this library allows you to easily add animation badges to your favicon with your badges being something from a wide array of selections. Web apps that need to notify their users of freshly generated content – i.e. new tweets, emails, posts, articles, etc – can really benefit from this elegant little library.
  9. AniJS is an animation library that allows you to add animations to elements in the following format: If click, On Square, Do wobble animated To .container-box

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