What is CSS Animation?
CSS animation allows you to animate the properties of an HTML element over a set duration of time. With CSS alone, you can animate properties like position, size, color, and opacity. You can define keyframes that specify how an element should change at different points during the animation. For example, you can create a fade-in animation by gradually increasing the opacity of an element from 0 to 1. CSS animation is widely supported by modern browsers.
Let’s take a look at an example of how to use Anime.js to create a custom animation:
In this example, we create a `div` element with the `id` of “box”. We then include the Anime.js library using a CDN. Finally, we use the `anime()` function provided by Anime.js to create a new animation. We specify the target element (`box`), the properties we want to animate (`translateX` and `rotate`), the duration of the animation (2000 milliseconds), the easing function (`easeInOutQuad`), and whether the animation should loop continuously.