Best jQuery Animation Plugins & Tutorials with Demo
AniCollection is a collection of awesome CSS3 animations from many libraries and many people. To give you an easy way to find, use and share it.
Today we’d like to share a fun little experiment with you: a geeky “try-on” sunglasses effect. It’s not a “try-on” in the classical sense for previewing how the sunglasses might look on a person, but instead how the view looks like when putting on some sunglasses and looking through them. For that we use a simple overlay effect and some animations to mimic the movement you do when you try on glasses from the first person perspective.
Today we’d like to share a couple of ideas for search interaction effects with you. Mainly, we’d like to provide you with some inspiration for how to show the search interface in an interesting way. Maybe you’ve seen some modern animations for showing the search already, like Swiss Army Man or CMMNTY. Today we want to explore some different layouts combined with some engaging CSS animations.
- There is a solution – the jQuery-the svg-popup .
- Quick – the formation of the particles based on the basis of SVG.
- Easy – just plug weight 5kb.
- Easy to use – it has documentation in Russian.
- Eto decision to diversify the design of your site, and give the uniqueness and style!
- Simple usage;
- Easy customisation;
- 15 options to set up particles behavior;
- Small size — only 7kb minified, 3kb gzipped;
- Good documentation and examples;
- 3 built-in particle shapes.
- Rigid body dynamics
- Discrete collision detection
- Contacts, friction and restitution
- PointToPoint (a.k.a. ball/socket joint)
- Hinge (with optional motor)
- Gauss-Seidel constraint solver and an island split algorithm
- Collision filters
- Body sleeping
- Experimental SPH / fluid support
- Various shapes and collision algorithms
sparkleHover is a jQuery plugin to add sparkles to anything on hover.