- In this video, we'll look at the basics…of animating SVG with CSS.…This is just a short look into the wonderful…world of SVGs,…so I hope you keep looking more into SVG,…as you continue working with web animation.…Animating SVG with CSS is something we can do…a little bit now, and we'll be able to do a lot more…with in the future.…That's why I wanted to cover it in this course.…Right now SVG can only access a small subset…of SVG presentation properties.…However, that list of properties that can be accessed…and animated, will be expanded in the near future…when SVG 2.0 is completed.…
Web designer Val Head introduces CSS transforms and transitions—the foundation of most CSS animations—and shows how to keyframe simple animations and adjust their timing, fill, and direction. She also covers looping and chaining animations, animating HTML and SVG elements, and optimizing animation performance, and introduces the best tools and use cases for CSS animation. Start watching to get your brand in motion.
- Using CSS transforms and transitions
- Working with animation-delay and animation-fill-mode
- Timing and easing CSS animations
- Animating elements in place
- Animating sprite images
- Animating CSS transforms and transitions
- Chaining multiple animations
- Animating SVG images
- Creating high-performance CSS animations
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Overview of CSS Transitions and Transforms
2. Understanding CSS Animations
3. CSS Animation Building Blocks
4. Applying CSS Animations to SVG
5. Performance, Browser Support, and Fallbacks
6. Tools for Creating CSS Animations
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