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Creating Web Animations by Kirupa Chinnathambi

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Part II. Learning from Examples

This is probably the part of the book you have been waiting for. Or dreading. This is the part where we take everything we’ve learned in the previous seven chapters and apply it toward creating the types of animations you see used throughout our user interfaces. Yes, this does mean that we’ll be seeing less of happily smiling geometric shapes and more of the traditional buttons, scroll bars, links, and other widgets that everybody sees, clicks, types, or taps on every day.

We’ll start off with some simple examples before we slowly start turning up the complexity and looking at examples that push the boundaries on what we can do using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Enjoy!

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