This is the Windows app named React Move whose latest release can be downloaded as Version6.1.0.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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The API for React Move has been essentially stable since the 2.0 version. The 4.0 version of React Move introduced a change that broke the hard dependency on d3-interpolate and introduced the interpolation prop. The current version of React Move will by default only do numeric interpolation and apply easing functions. If you only need to do numeric interpolation you don't need to do anything. Just upgrade and done. The API for React Move 5.x and 6.x is exactly the same. The 5.x version just includes react-lifecycles-compat to make the library work with earlier versions of React. This adds a little to the bundle so use 6.x if you're using React 16.3+. Before looking at the components it might be good to look at starting state. You are going to be asked to define starting states for each item in your NodeGroup and Animate components. This is a key concept and probably the most error prone for developers working with React Move.
- Animate HTML, SVG & React-Native
- Fine-grained control of delay, duration and easing
- Animation lifecycle events: start, interrupt, end
- Custom tweening functions
- Awesome documentation and lots of examples
- Supports TypeScript
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