Sarah wraps up the course with a few resources and some additional tips for building a strong foundation around SVG animation. She also stresses the benefit of social coding and how that can help increase the rate of learning.
(oriental introduction music)…- I've mentioned CodePen a bunch of times,…there's a bunch of different social coding sites…that you can be part of.…DabbleIt, JSBin, well, Stack Overflow is a very obvious one.…The GreenSock forums are really, really nice.…There is really helpful moderators in there…and they're super fast.…You usually get an answer within…twenty-four hours or something.…It's not just even the GreenSock guys;…there's people who, just like on Stack Overflow,…they're waiting around to help you out and stuff.…
I also think that, even before you ask a question,…GreenSock's been around awhile.…You should look it up because there's…probably an answer already waiting in the docs for you,…in the forums for you.…So definitely check those out.…I also think that when you're working with…social coding sites, the ability to look in…other people's codes, codes, code…and kind of share your own when you're proud of it…really does keep that momentum going.…
The, like, ability to comment on other…people's details and things like that.…
Note: This course was created by Frontend Masters. It was originally released on 2/19/2016. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- Paths and groups
- Platonic shapes
- Optimization and CSS animations
- SVG sprites
- Atmospheric and elemental motion
- GreenSock workflow
- Staggering animations
- UI/UX animation vs. standalone
- DrawSVG and motion along a path
- Animating text and relative color values