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CSS Animation 101

Become a CSS animation expert with a few minutes each day

by Donovan Hutchinson

CSS Animation 101

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Book Description

This book is for people who build for the web and want to add animation to their designs and sites. A bit of basic CSS knowledge is needed but I won't assume any knowledge of transitions or animations. We'll start with the basics, and through a mix of theory and practical examples, learn all about transitions and animation.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download CSS Animation 101 ebook for free in PDF format (1.1 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Why animate?
Chapter 3
Creative environments
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Transitions in action
Chapter 7
Transitions properties
Chapter 8
Timing functions
Chapter 9
Multiple transitions
Chapter 10
Transitions and JavaScript
Chapter 11
Animations in action
Chapter 12
Animation properties
Chapter 13
Keyframes in action
Chapter 14
Multiple animations
Chapter 15
Animation recap
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Star Wars
Chapter 18
Revealing content on scroll
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Now you know CSS animation!

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CSS Animation 101
Computer Science
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1.1 MB

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