Created on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 06:26
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 06:49
Written by Terrence
The modern websites using animation to attract users. Web developers use a wide array of techniques to engage, entertain, inform and direct their visitors and animation helps us in achieving that goal. CSS animations lets you run animations smoothly. Today we are going to share 25 CSS Animation Libraries which helps save your time when do web animation project.
Animate.css is a most easy-to-use CSS animation libraries out there. It's a collection of cross-browser CSS animations that you can use in your web projects.
Stylie is a web-based CSS3 animation tool that you can configure quick and easy. Once you configure you can generate your own set of animations.
Animo allows you to easily take control of your animations. Iterate through a massive, multi-step, animation or simply take care of business when everything is done.
Rocket is a simple tool for creating web animations. Its creates an animation when an item is moved to another element.
Magic Animations is one of the most impressive animation libraries available. It has many different animations, many of which are quite unique to this library. As with Animate.css, you can implement Magic by simply importing the CSS file. You can also make use of the animations from jQuery. This project offers a particularly cool demo application.
DynCSS is the sort of animation library that you might like to use in your website along with parallax effect. To get a clearer idea of what you can do with this library, you can browse the examples in their website.
Favico.js is designed to target a very specific use case: this library allows you to easily add animation badges to your favicon with your badges being something from a wide array of selections. Web apps that need to notify their users of freshly generated content – i.e. new tweets, emails, posts, articles, etc – can really benefit from this elegant little library.
Check out the demo on it's website, to get a deeper understanding as to what the framework can do.
Animate Plus is a CSS and SVG animation library for modern browsers. Animate Plus is performant and lightweight (2.8KB gzipped), making it particularly well-suited for mobile.
Tuesday is a ‘quirky CSS animation library’.
Shift.css provides a simple framework to build timed, contained CSS animations. Within your defined "Shift Container" you can animate a wealth of HTML elements, you can also animate nested elements and adaptive elements
MOTION UI is a Sass library for creating flexible CSS transitions & animations.
CSS Shake is a collection of CSS classes that will vibrates & shake the 'DOM'.
A collection of CSS3 powered hover effects to be applied to links, buttons, logos, SVG, featured images and so on. Easily apply to your own elements, modify or just use for inspiration. Available in CSS, Sass, and LESS.
Saffron is a collection of Sass mixins and helpers that make adding CSS3 animations and transitions much simpler.
CSSynth is a small web-based app for running animations in order.
Ceaser is a simple CSS easing animation tool that you can easily employ in your projects.
WAIT! Animate provides an easy way to calculate the keyframe percentages so that you can insert a delay between each animation iteration.
Tridiv is a web-based editor that lets you create 3D shapes in CSS. It is cross-browser compatible, and you can also browse several online examples before you actually start using the editor.
The CSS3 Keyframes Animation Generator, as the name suggests, is an online tool that lets you create CSS3 keyframe animations.
The Effeckt.css library offers a multitude of UI-less animations and transitions that you can use in your web projects.
The CSS3 Animation Cheat Sheet is a set of pre-made CSS3 animations that you can use in your web projects by adding the stylesheet to your site and applying the pre-made CSS3 classes to the necessary elements.