Hover, http://ianlunn.github.io/Hover/, is a neat, pure CSS library that provides transition effects. Adhering to the "Do one thing, do one thing well" approach, Hover only concerns itself with hover transitions, as you may have guessed from the name. Hover comes baked in with a huge array of transitions and provides easy integration with CSS, Less, and Sass.

Hover breaks these transitions into seven distinct groups:

  • 2D transitons
  • Background transitions
  • Icons, by leveraging Font Awesome icons
  • Border transitons
  • Shadow and glow transitions, simulating 3D transitions
  • Speech bubbles
  • Curls

Throughout this section, we will touch on a number of these different groups. An extensive list of the transitions is available on the Hover website. Before we get ...

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