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react-animations

v1.0.0

Published

A collection of animations for inline styles

Downloads

57,687

Readme

react-animations

A collection of animations that can be used with any inline style library that supports using objects to define keyframe animations, such as Radium or Aphrodite. React-animations implements all animations from animate.css.

Check out the interactive demo.

Usage

You can import each animation directly from the main package

import { fadeIn } from 'react-animations'

or you can import a specific animation directly

import fadeIn from 'react-animations/lib/fade-in'

Usage with Radium

import React from 'react';
import { bounce } from 'react-animations';
import Radium, {StyleRoot} from 'radium';

const styles = {
  bounce: {
    animation: 'x 1s',
    animationName: Radium.keyframes(bounce, 'bounce')
  }
}

class Test extends React.Component {
  render() {
    <StyleRoot>
      <div className="test" style={styles.bounce}>
      </div>
    </StyleRoot>
  }
}

Usage with Aphrodite

import { bounce } from 'react-animations';
import { StyleSheet, css } from 'aphrodite';

const styles = StyleSheet.create({
  bounce: {
    animationName: bounce,
    animationDuration: '1s'
  }
})

Usage with JSS

import { bounce } from 'react-animations';
import jss from 'jss'
import preset from 'jss-preset-default'

jss.setup(preset())

const {classes} = jss.createStyleSheet({
  '@keyframes bounce': bounce,
  bounce: {
    animationName: 'bounce',
    animationDuration: '1s',
  },
}).attach()

Usage with styled-components

import styled, { keyframes } from 'styled-components';
import { bounce } from 'react-animations';

const bounceAnimation = keyframes`${bounce}`;

const BouncyDiv = styled.div`
  animation: 1s ${bounceAnimation};
`;

Animations

Below is a list of all available animations

bouceOut

bounce

bounceIn

bounceInDown

bounceInLeft

bounceInRight

bounceInUp

bounceOutDown

bounceOutLeft

bounceOutRight

bounceOutUp

fadeIn

fadeInDown

fadeInDownBig

fadeInLeft

fadeInLeftBig

fadeInRight

fadeInRightBig

fadeInUp

fadeInUpBig

fadeOut

fadeOutDown

fadeOutDownBig

fadeOutLeft

fadeOutLeftBig

fadeOutRight

fadeOutRightBig

fadeOutUp

fadeOutUpBig

flash

flip

flipInX

flipInY

flipOutX

flipOutY

headShake

hinge

jello

lightSpeedIn

lightSpeedOut

pulse

rollIn

rollOut

rotateIn

rotateInDownLeft

rotateInDownRight

rotateInUpLeft

rotateInUpRight

rotateOut

rotateOutDownLeft

rotateOutDownRight

rotateOutUpLeft

rotateOutUpRight

rubberBand

shake

slideInDown

slideInLeft

slideInRight

slideInUp

slideOutDown

slideOutLeft

slideOutRight

slideOutUp

swing

tada

wobble

zoomIn

zoomInDown

zoomInLeft

zoomInRight

zoomInUp

zoomOut

zoomOutDown

zoomOutLeft

zoomOutRight

zoomOutUp

Merge

react-animations also exports a merge function that takes two animations and returns a new animation that combines the transforms from both. This is experimental and wont work (well) with animations that have conflicting transforms, such as fadeIn and fadeOut. The merged animation can be used just like any of the imported animations.

import { merge, tada, flip } from 'react-animations';
const tadaFlip = merge(tada, flip);