Macey  Kling

Macey Kling

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Controlling Lottie Animation Through Gestures

As a developer, I have always been smitten by the beautiful animation concepts which designers put on their Dribbble accounts for mobile apps and websites.

Until now, I used to spend my days and nights scratching my head in order to build those animations in my projects. That’s because designing animations that delight users is not an easy task. When users are interacting with these animations, we have to make sure that these animations elicit the right emotions, such as the joy of completing a task successfully communicated by an animation. I wanted to build those experiences for our users.

Example animated gif

But developing such experiences requires time, effort and for each animation one has to take a different coding approach. One might also need to spend a considerable amount of time developing these animations.

However, recently I found out that there is an approach where one can save a lot of time in creating beautiful experiences. And it also gives the users full control of the animations they are interacting with.

What’s exciting is that you don’t have to be an expert in mobile development, or have a deep knowledge of any of the over-complicated animation frameworks.

I tried it myself and loved it. That’s why I thought I’ll share it with all of you. Let’s get started.

In my toolset, I have chosen the most generic of the platforms to start with.

  1. React Native. (Even basic knowledge of Javascript would suffice).
  2. A Lottie animation file exported by using Bodymovin plugin from Adobe After effects.

That’s all you need. The following is a final animation that we are going to build: https://youtu.be/wJVruXWNSX.

#tutorial #web dev #typescript #animation #react native

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Controlling Lottie Animation Through Gestures

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Learn Character Design in After Effects 2D Animation Course

With the help of this course, you can learn to create and animate characters who express with body language in After Effects. Our personal purpose is to help anyone interested in Animation to start practicing with little projects, simple Characters, and most of all, explore the expressiveness of their Body Language and Character Acting. Many people seldom to start learning 2D animation because they are convinced that you need to know how to draw. While drawing skills can help you to improve, that is not the essential skill to do animation. For animation you need to understand the most basic principles in animation, like timing, anticipation, pose to pose. This course is divided into 3 parts theory, rigging and animation which will help you learn how to design characters, character animation and body language expressions. Enroll now and Learn to create 2D Animation in After Effects.

#2d animation #character animation #character rigging #learn animation #animation courses

Carmelo  Hauck

Carmelo Hauck

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Animations in Flutter - 3. Cloning Animation

In this video tutorial, we are going to build a simple animation using flutter. In this animation, two circle containers overlap each other, the animation will separate these circles and make it look like a single container is cloning itself.

Source code: https://github.com/Flutter-Zone/Cloning-Animation

Let’s start our animation app. :)

#flutter #animations in flutte #cloning animation #animations

Willis  Mills

Willis Mills

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#2 Animated Login Screen - Professional in React Native | Reanimated | Gesture Handler

New To React Native?
React Native Foundation + Firebase + Redux :
https://www.udemy.com/course/react-native-foundation/?referralCode=5AFD942A55973C3D60CB

#2. In part two of this series, we’ll start adding Gestures and animations to.
We’ll be using React Native Reanimated and React Native Gesture handler in this series.

Project files: https://github.com/nathvarun/professional-animations-in-react-native/tree/master/01-animated-login-screen/Part 2

Twitter https://twitter.com/nathvarun
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nathvarun25
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nathvarun

#animations #react native #animated login screen #gesture handler #firebase #redux

Willis  Mills

Willis Mills

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#3 Animated Login Screen - Professional in React Native | Reanimated | Gesture Handler

#3. In part three of this series, we’ll add the closing animation and add the curve to our background image using react-native-svg.

We’ll be using React Native Reanimated and React Native Gesture handler and React Native svg in this series.

New To React Native?
React Native Foundation + Firebase + Redux :
https://www.udemy.com/course/react-native-foundation/?referralCode=5AFD942A55973C3D60CB

Twitter https://twitter.com/nathvarun
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nathvarun25
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nathvarun

#animations #react native #animated login screen #gesture handler #firebase #redux

Macey  Kling

Macey Kling

1596197640

Controlling Lottie Animation Through Gestures

As a developer, I have always been smitten by the beautiful animation concepts which designers put on their Dribbble accounts for mobile apps and websites.

Until now, I used to spend my days and nights scratching my head in order to build those animations in my projects. That’s because designing animations that delight users is not an easy task. When users are interacting with these animations, we have to make sure that these animations elicit the right emotions, such as the joy of completing a task successfully communicated by an animation. I wanted to build those experiences for our users.

Example animated gif

But developing such experiences requires time, effort and for each animation one has to take a different coding approach. One might also need to spend a considerable amount of time developing these animations.

However, recently I found out that there is an approach where one can save a lot of time in creating beautiful experiences. And it also gives the users full control of the animations they are interacting with.

What’s exciting is that you don’t have to be an expert in mobile development, or have a deep knowledge of any of the over-complicated animation frameworks.

I tried it myself and loved it. That’s why I thought I’ll share it with all of you. Let’s get started.

In my toolset, I have chosen the most generic of the platforms to start with.

  1. React Native. (Even basic knowledge of Javascript would suffice).
  2. A Lottie animation file exported by using Bodymovin plugin from Adobe After effects.

That’s all you need. The following is a final animation that we are going to build: https://youtu.be/wJVruXWNSX.

#tutorial #web dev #typescript #animation #react native