Animations are a way of making objects move on a web page or application. They are created using JavaScript, which allows developers to control the movements and behavior of objects on a page. Animations can be used to create an interactive experience for users, such as when scrolling through a website or playing a game. Animations can also be used to enhance user interface elements and make them more visually appealing.
Vue.js London Live 2021Vue.js London Live 2021
32 min
Animation and Vue.js
There's a lot to gain from adding animations to your site or app. Beyond their visual appeal, you can guide the user's attention, cover up slow to load components and elements, and reveal sections of a page without the user wondering where it came from. This talk will cover the built-in ways Vue.js helps you animate your site, and how for more complicated animations you can hook into third party libraries. It'll also cover the basics of animation itself – what to animate, what not to animate – and how you can use animations to enhance your website without harming the experience of people with disabilities.
JSNation Live 2021JSNation Live 2021
33 min
Keep Scrolling
Wait! Not so fast - Stop scrolling and hang out with me for a while! When done right, scroll based animations can add polish to a site, and make online storytelling feel more immersive. GreenSock's ScrollTrigger enables you to achieve buttery smooth scroll based animations with minimal code. Let's dig in to some of it's features together.
React Summit Remote Edition 2021React Summit Remote Edition 2021
35 min
Lessons Learnt from Building Interactive React Applications
When users directly manipulate onscreen objects instead of using separate controls to manipulate them, they’re more engaged and more readily understand the results of their actions. Subtle animations can give people meaningful feedback to help clarify the result of their actions. But, the devil is in the details. What often seems simple can be complex to get right, especially when you care about accessibility. Sid shares the lessons he has learned building interactive UIs.