This week, on React Podcast, We sit with Paul Henschel and talk animation.
Paul is the creator of React-spring a library for animating UI based on spring physics.
We talk about the library's origin, its future, and how to create lasting beauty on the web.
- paranoid android — a custom ROM aiming to extend the system, working on enhancing the already existing beauty of Android and following the same design philosophies that were set forward by Google for Android Open Source Project
- ReactCSSTransitionGroup — an easy way to perform CSS transitions and animations when a React component enters or leaves the DOM
- ReactTransitionGroup — ReactTransitionGroup is the basis for animations in React
- ReactMotion — A spring that solves your animation problems
- react-use-geature — 👇Bread n butter utility for component-tied mouse/touch gestures in React
- react-three-fiber—👌A React-renderer for Three.js
- react-reconciler — an experimental package for creating custom React renderers
- awwwards — The awards of design, creativity and innovation on the internet
- Three.js Fundamentals —
- react-blessed — A react renderer for blessed
- React Podcast episode 35 with Matt Perry on Pose and Popmotion
- alec larson's react europe talk
- React-spring: on animations and hooks — Alec Larson @alecdotbiz at ReactEurope 2019
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