A declarative set of react components wrapper to bring in animation, like animate.css.
Check the demo page here
Why Another Animate.css
Compared to animate.css, react-animation-wrapper has many uncomparable advantages:
- 📦 Extremely light-weight: 6kb (uglified) vs 72kb (animate.css)
- 🙅 No global CSS variable polution (css in js).
npm install --save react-animation-wrapper
Write a custom, normal react component:
const Header = <h1 style= textAlign: 'center' >Hello World</h1>
Wrap it up with the name of the animation wrapper: (Check out all the available ones in the demo page!)
You are all set!
Check the demo page here to see what they look like.
add 17 animations presets
createAnimationWrapper for customzied animation and could configure the animation properties (
delay) via passing props into the animation wrapper component
Why is my animation acting weird, not as expected
The most possible reason is that you didn't specify the size and alignment of the container box of the content. This leads to the issue where your CONTAINER BOX is being animated, rather than its content. Make sure your content size is the same as its container.
Why there appears a scroll bar in the middle of the animation
Due to different OS, browser and animations that transform its shape during the animation, it's likely that it goes beyond its container box, which then shows up a scroll bar. A quick fix: add
overflow: hidden in the container box of the wrapper component.
This project is in a sense very beginner-friendly project for those who want to get some fun of open source. It's well modularized, and the logic of each components is quite easy and similar to each other.
See the issues with the
good first issue tag and I welcome all kinds of support and can provide some guide.