- [Instructor] So we have implemented our montage.…We are now sitting on the last image…that's going to be presented,…which is a random image plus the tag.…Now it's time to show our big finish.…So let's go ahead and go to the end of the presentation.…And the last slide I'd like to show…is the words the end.…But I want it to be handwritten…and I want it to appear to have been drawn on the screen.…We're gonna do that by animating an SVG image.…And the most interesting thing about SVG is…that SVG is actually an XML dialect.…So it can participate in the DOM…just like a regular page can.…
For example, you're probably pretty familiar with a DOM.…For a given HTML page, it's got an HTML parent element.…It's got head, body, title, et cetera.…Well, what is interesting is that SVG also has tags…and can have attributes…and can participate just like HTML can.…So let's go look for our particular image,…it's a very simple DOM tree.…We have an SVG root element…and a bunch of paths.…And the paths are simply lines…that are drawn on the screen.…
AuthorW. Scott Means
- Creating a dynamic layout with flexbox
- Navigating the DOM
- Adding animation
- Controlling animations with classes
- Applying CSS to SVG
Skill Level Intermediate
Web Portfolio Projects: Binding and Propagationwith Leigh Lawhon1h 9m Intermediate
What you should know1m 4s
1. Building a Foundation
2. HTML Layout
4. Adding Animation
5. Working with SVG
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