In this first exercise, Rachel demonstrates how to create a rolling ball with multiple CSS transitions.
(funky music)…- Now its time for our very first exercise.…I showed you how the paw is moving,…now it's time to see if you can get the ball to move.…It's time to show the solutions key.…I promised you I would do these…along side you.…The fun part is sometimes you get to watch me struggle.…Nobody writes code perfectly.…
Anybody who does has rehearsed it…and probably used some editing magic.…I know, I record my own screen casts.…I do a lot of takes.…A lot of takes to make it look magical and fast.…Alright, so we want the ball to move.…We know that after the page loads,…the body gets a class of playing.…And that lets us scope transitions.…Here you can see that the paw…has a transition set to its transform.…
Basically what the transition is saying as a recap…is anytime the transform property changes on paw…it's gonna transition and it's gonna take .25 seconds,…and then of course,…what do we do as soon as the body has a class of playing?…We change the transform.…We move the paw in another direction.…It can be pretty much any transform.…
Note: This course was created by Frontend Masters. It was originally released on 09/15/2016. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- CSS transitions and animations
- Using animation in product design
- Creating a sprite animation with CSS
- Stateful transitions and supplemental animations
- Using developer tools to manipulate animations
- Jump cuts and in-betweening
- Static vs. dynamic animations
- Designing performant animations
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. CSS Transitions
2. CSS Animations
3. Animation in Design
4. Stateful Animations
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