- No required HTML markup or CSS stylesheet
- Minimal, powerful, and readable configuration
- Optional resize handling
- Optimized handling of dynamically added items
Various icon animations made with mo.js, a powerful motion graphics library by Oleg Solomka. Inspiration comes from the Dribbble shot “Like Animation” by Daryl Ginn.
A tutorial on how to create an intro animation where a decorative Polaroid stack becomes a grid similar to the effect seen on the takeit website.
- Faster than jQuery – a few tens of times faster!
- Smoother than CSS – indeed
- 28 predefined Easings – + your own custom cubic Bezier curves
- Small size – something about 5 kb in minified version
- Cross-browser code – support IE9+/Firefox/Chrome/Opera/Safari
- No Dependencies – written in pure JS, also works with jQuery
- Supports 30 options
- Supports 23 methods
- Supports 8 events
- Supports modal and inline modes
- Supports touch
- Supports move
- Supports zoom
- Supports rotation
- Supports scale (flip)
- Supports keyboard
- Cross-browser support
Today we’d like to share a very simple content slideshow with you. The idea is to have circular slides that have a playful bouncy effect when animating to the next or previous item. It’s inspired by a really nice Dribbble shot, Mobile Commerce Interface, by Bilal Mechairia.