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CSS3 Storyline Animation using jQuery Transit Library

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CSS3 Storyline Animation using jQuery Transit Library

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I have been learning CSS3 animations and transitions for the last few days, and I found this awesome jQuery library “Transit” which can be used to replace CSS3 @KeyFrame animations. I am not a big fan of KeyFrame animations because it’s tough to write and you need to calculate a lot of things and express them in percentage of total time. Which makes it even harder to write. I mean for something small, it is more than awesome – but as soon you start writing something big, where each elements are chained to each other, you will find it pretty tough.

So, here goes the CSS3 Storyline Animation using jQuery Transit library. There are many sliders in the market who uses animations like this – so if you are good, you can even make a animation designer app using Transit.

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Github URL: https://github.com/hasinhayder/CSS3-Storyline-Animation

Live Demo: http://bit.ly/CSS3Storyline

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