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Implementing animations with react-spring

bnevilleoneill profile image Brian Neville-O'Neill ・1 min read

In this video, we will use useSpring and useTransition to transform static UIs into animated UIs.

React Spring is a spring-physics based animation library that powers most UI related animation in React. It is a bridge on the two existing React animation libraries; React Motion and Animated. We'll take a look into how we can use it to build seamless animations in React applications.

The main advantage of React Spring over other animation libraries is its ability to apply animations without relying on React to render updates frame by frame. This advantage is usually noticed when dealing with nested routes or charts. For more information on the implementation of specific performance boosts, check out the official documentation.

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