JSFoo: round the year submissions

JSFoo: round the year submissions

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Rodolfo Dias

@rmdias29

Sweet Web Animations API

Submitted Feb 25, 2018

We’ll figure out how awesome is the web platform and how fast it’s evolving. Back in the days, we used flash to make powerful animations, then the platform evolved and we had the power on the hands to make animations using JS libraries to make it a bit easier. Now you can simply do it using this sweet dream called Web animations API, it’ll provide you a bunch of interfaces and power to create lovely animations in applications. Well try it and feel the sweet taste ;)

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♥ Open Source ♥ SPA’s ♥ CSS ♥ Rodolfo is graduated in Design and works with the development of high-performance web apps with Angular. He loves to make SPA’s using technologies like NodeJS, TypeScript and a lot of CSS3, besides it, he uses the free time to training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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