Best jQuery SVG Tutorial Plugins & Tutorials with Demo
Easywheel is a jQuery Plugin created to allow you to Build and Controle the Wheel of fortune.
- 70% of styles is Editable with JSON Parameters.
- You can choose the winner from parameters or Remotely from your server using AJAX.
- 100% Responsive and compatible with any resolution.
- There no Third-party libraries ( Except jQuery ) is required to run the plugin.
- The generated SVG is customizable via JSON/CSS.
- Keyframes: Chain multiple animation properties.
- Timeline: Synchronize multiple instances together.
- Playback controls: Play, pause, restart, seek animations or timelines.
- CSS transforms: Animate CSS transforms individually.
- Function based values: Multiple animated targets can have individual value.
- SVG Animations: Motion path, line drawing and morphing animations.
- Easing functions: Use the built in functions or create your own Cubic Bézier curve easing.
SVG stroke animations are nothing new, but when using a more complex drawing that is basically made of strokes, then we can create a very original looking effect. Using many different colors and adding some other element animations, we can bring a very unique looking illustration to live.
For the animation we are using GSAP’s sequencing tool TimelineMax and the DrawSVGPlugin.
Today we’d like to share an experimental slideshow with you. The idea is to animate an SVG frame while we transition from one slide to another. Using different shapes we can create a variety of frame styles when morphing the SVG path. We are using anime.js for the animations.
A small set of ideas for organic shape effects. The demos show some ways to use animated SVG morphs interactively on a website, including a menu hover and a content reveal effect.
JSRadial is a JQuery plugin that uses SVG elements to draw a radial progressbar.