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Timing functions

Timing functions: Motion Design with CSS
Timing functions: Motion Design with CSS

In animation, easing or cushioning describes an animation’s rate of change over time. CSS transitions include a transition-timing-function property which allows developers to specify the type of easing to apply to the transition. Rachel uses the websites cubic-bezier.com and easings.net to better demonstrate the various timing functions.

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