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react animation library





react-smooth is a animation library work on React.

npm version build status npm downloads Gitter


npm install --save react-smooth


simple animation

<Animate to="0" from="1" attributeName="opacity">
  <div />

steps animation

const steps = [{
  style: {
    opacity: 0,
  duration: 400,
}, {
  style: {
    opacity: 1,
    transform: 'translate(0, 0)',
  duration: 1000,
}, {
  style: {
    transform: 'translate(100px, 100px)',
  duration: 1200,

<Animate steps={steps}>
  <div />

children can be a function

<Animate from={{ opacity: 0 }}
  to={{ opacity: 1 }}
    ({ opacity }) => <div style={{ opacity }}></div>

you can configure js timing function

const easing = configureBezier(0.1, 0.1, 0.5, 0.8);
const easing = configureSpring({ stiff: 170, damping: 20 });

group animation

const appear = {
  from: 0,
  to: 1,
  attributeName: 'opacity',

const leave = {
  steps: [{
    style: {
      transform: 'translateX(0)',
  }, {
    duration: 1000,
    style: {
      transform: 'translateX(300)',
      height: 50,
  }, {
    duration: 2000,
    style: {
      height: 0,

<AnimateGroup appear={appear} leave={leave}>
  { list }

 *  @description: add compatible prefix in style
 *  style = { transform: xxx, ...others };
 *  translatedStyle = {
 *    WebkitTransform: xxx,
 *    MozTransform: xxx,
 *    OTransform: xxx,
 *    msTransform: xxx,
 *    ...others,
 *  };

const translatedStyle = translateStyle(style);



name type default description
from string or object '' set the initial style of the children
to string or object '' set the final style of the children
canBegin boolean true whether the animation is start
begin number 0 animation delay time
duration number 1000 animation duration
steps array [] animation keyframes
onAnimationEnd function () => null called when animation finished
attributeName string '' style property
easing string 'ease' the animation timing function, support css timing function temporary
isActive boolean true whether the animation is active
children element support only child temporary


name type default description
appear object undefined configure element appear animation
enter object undefined configure element appear animation
leave object undefined configure element appear animation



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