An Interactive Guide to CSS Transitions

The world of web animations has become a sprawling jungle of tools and technologies. Libraries like GSAP and Framer Motion and React Spring have sprung up to help us add motion to the DOM.

The most fundamental and critical piece, though, is the humble CSS transition. It’s the first animation tool that most front-end devs learn, and it’s a workhorse. Even the most grizzled, weathered animation veterans still reach for this tool often.

There’s a surprising amount of depth to this topic. In this tutorial, we’ll dig in and learn a bit more about CSS transitions, and how we can use them to create lush, polished animations.

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This is really good :+1:

@MikhailPertsev - we still need to put together a CSS learning path that we talked about some time ago :nerd_face:

Lovely little tutorial. I especially liked the prefers-reduced-motion: reduce. I did not know that was a thing.

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Ooohh this is pretty cool! I really like that you could play around with timelines :astonished:

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