Learn about show how triggers work in animations.
- [Instructor] The animation-specific Trigger function…is the very first function that you must define…when creating an animation.…The trigger function defines each…unique animation in your app.…The first argument of this function…is the name of the trigger.…You will use this name to reference…the specific animation in your view…as you attach it to various HTML elements.…The second argument of the trigger function…accepts both a state and transition…animation specific function.…The state function defines a beginning and end state…of a given animation.…
Inside of the animation's property,…we'll create our very first animations.…So to start, we define a trigger.…So trigger, and we'll name it myAnimation…and then in the second argument we put brackets.…Now as noted previously,…the trigger function accepts the state function.…The first argument of the state function…accepts the name of the state…and the second argument accepts the styles…that are associated with the state.…
So, let's create a state here, we'll name it inactive.…
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