Framer Motion is an animation and gesture library that has had an incredible growth in popularity in the last year.
Framer Motion is an animation and gesture library that has had an incredible growth in popularity in the last year. Take a look at these downloads — one year ago and today:
npm download stats for the first week of October 2020
Given these numbers, familiarity with the library is a smart move. We’ll take a look at the quality of the docs, dive into some beginner and advanced examples, and finally wrap up with key points about how to use the library.
1\. Diving into the docs 2\. Animation stacking with the bouncy ball animation 3\. Scale on drag with the grow ball animation 4\. Color transition with color bouncer 5\. Key takeaways 6\. Resources (code and a video version of this article)
There’s nothing more frustrating than hearing about a library that everyone’s using then feeling like you’re the only one struggling because you can’t make heads or tales of the documentation.
In my opinion, and for my very visual learning style, the docs quickly gave me a sense of confidence that I could accomplish basic animations with Framer Motion.
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