Build CSS3 Animations with Sencha Animator
Sencha Animator a desktop application that allows you to create complex CSS3 animations for WebKit browsers and touchscreen mobile devices. Learn how to use Sencha Animator by following along with the helpful screencasts and guides below.
For the latest Sencha Animator documentation, visit docs.sencha.com.
|Bouncing Ball Demo This screencast shows the basics of animating an object and building a scene in Sencha Animator. Be sure to download the project files to get started.||0.x||Oct 26, 2010||Easy|
|Beta 1 Highlights Luca Candela gives you a tour of the highlighted features in Sencha Animator 1.0 Beta 1, including the gradient editor, custom easing, scene support, click actions, and previewing in your browser.||0.x||Oct 26, 2010||Easy|
|Making a Loading Bar Arne Bech shows you how to make an indefinite loading bar with HTML5 and CSS3 animations created with Sencha Animator.||0.x||May 12, 2011||Easy|
|Animator Quickstart This guide is intended to get your hands on Animator controls and learn some of the rudimentary techniques for building CSS3 Transformation-based animations using the tool. Follow the steps described here to build a simple project, adding objects, setting their properties, and exporting and running the project. It’s based on the Sencha blog entry “Rocking the Boat of Flash with CSS3 Animations,” in which an Adobe Flash animation is replicated perfectly with HTML5/CSS3.||1.x||Sep 27, 2011||Easy|
|Animator Guided Tour To make effective use of Sencha Animator, it’s important to learn the major parts of the interface and feature groupings. This guided tour of Animator provides a brief introduction to Animator functionality and suggests exercises to help you learn your way around the tool.||1.x||Oct 3, 2011||Easy|