As we developed Animator, our goal has always been to give designers full control of every animation ability available. If it’s possible to do it in CSS, you should be able to do it in Animator. It made sense that the first few releases were jam packed with new actions, transformations, and transitions, but as the product matured, it was time to re-evaluate what we had built for maximum usability as well as functionality. Let’s take a look at how we updated the Timeline in Sencha Animator 1.3.
The Animator team is proud to announce the release of Sencha Animator 1.3! This is our biggest feature release so far with over 40+ new features and upgrades. Now it is even easier to create cutting-edge CSS3 animations and interactive designs, and for a limited time, you can have all of this for the special price of $99!
The second minor release update for Sencha Animator contains improvements to interactivity, export, speed and UX, plus a slew of bug fixes. Read on to see what’s new.
This tutorial shows you how to build a full-screen interactive quiz for iPhone based on open web standards using Sencha Animator. In this tutorial we will cover how to use one of the advanced features of Sencha Animator, adding custom code to a project.
Like everybody else on the US west coast, this morning we woke up in a world where Apple is poised to transform the way we consume textbooks with the ability to easily publish interactive books through iBook Author. The Sencha team quickly found a way to do that using Animator, and so can you following a few easy steps!
We’re excited to announce that the first minor release update for Sencha Animator is now available for everybody to download and use. In this update we focused on fixing bugs and we introduced a few new features and improvements that we hope will make working with Animator easier and more productive.
We’re constantly updating Sencha Learn with new content for many of our products. Read on to find out what you might’ve missed.
Today we’re very proud to announce the first release of Sencha Animator, a desktop application for the creation of rich media animations based on web standards for modern mobile devices. Sporting an innovative technology in a familiar working environment for designers, Sencha Animator enables interactive designers to transition their skills to open web standards.
We review the browser on the Samsung Bada, a half featurephone, half smartphone, but full WebKit browser.
A brief tutorial on how to make an animated scene using CSS3 animations in Sencha Animator. For this demo, we found an Adobe Flash animation from a popular stock photography site, and replicated it perfectly with HTML5/CSS3 Animations using Sencha Animator.