Here are some Angular 2 Animations and Effects Tutorials which can help you get started with creating your own awesome animations such to animate states, styles, transitions, triggers, sequences, groups, keyframes and more important effects!
A simple Angular component with hide and show features may not not have animations but since data-binding features are already supported between the component and its template, Angular uses a special template animation syntax to support and the Web Animations Polyfill Since the Web Animations API is not supported in all browsers (Angular animations are built on top of standard W3C web animation API and run natively on browsers that support it).
1. Introduction to Animations in Angular 2
2. ng2 Parallax TypeScript Demo & Tutorial
You can use this directive right now if you write Angular 2 code using SystemJS to import/export files, or at the very least you write it in Typescript. ES5 and Dart versions are not yet complete/started, but as demand grows for those as well as the documentation gets updated, those versions will be made available.
3. Angular 2/4 – Router Animation Tutorial & Example
Animations in Angular 2/4 work completely differently to Angular 1, in Angular 1 there are css class hooks that you can use to animate elements into view and out of view, whereas in Angular 2/4 animations are implemented inside your components using a set of functions (trigger, state, animate, transition, style) from the new ‘@angular/animations’ package.
4. Angular2 Count Down Demo
Angular 2 package for nice count animations (angular 4, angular-cli AOT). Every time parameter changes, animation will be executed. You can use any pipe you want to modify output to your needs.
5. ngAnimate examples
The directive nganimate is very simple. You just need to declare the ng-animate attribute to an element that have another directive that changes the DOM.
6. Angular 2 Animations Video Tutorial
Angular’s animation system lets you build animations that run with the same kind of native performance found in pure CSS animations. You can also tightly integrate your animation logic with the rest of your application code, for ease of control.
7. Animation State Transition Test
Transition is an animation-specific function that is designed to be used inside of Angular’s animation DSL language. If this information is new, please navigate to the component animations metadata page to gain a better understanding of how animations in Angular are used. Transition declares the sequence of animation steps that will be run when the provided stateChangeExpr value is satisfied.
8. Animations Video Tutorial
Angular 2 allows you to integrate animations in your apps easily, along with a lot of flexibility. In your component, there are several members that you will need to import from the @angular/core library.
9. Introduction to Angular 2 Animations
When it comes to Web Development, Animations can make or break your UX. Too much of them and your website looks like a Vegas Casino. None and your website will be missing the little spark to make it stand out.
10. ng2 Line Chart Demo
The data format is multi series. Plus, the minimum and the maximum value of each data point are provided. For instance, you can use these values to show the error margin of your data. Another use case are cumulated data. The central line show the average values. The range shows indicates the distribution of the data.