Front-end animation plugin for uncreative developers.
- Preview: https://luge.cool
- Documentation: https://luge.cool/docs/
- Support: https://github.com/AntoineW/luge/issues
- Discussions: https://github.com/AntoineW/luge/discussions
luge is made to be fast and easy to use. Most of the things happen under the hood so you just have to include the files to start using it:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/path/to/luge.css"> <script src="/path/to/luge.js"></script>
luge is also available as a npm package:
npm install @waaark/luge
import luge from '@waaark/luge'
Note that the CSS file is only needed if you plan to use the built-in animations (reveals or transitions).
The next thing to do is to add luge
data-lg-... attributes in your html to start using luge features, as explained in the documentation.