JavaScript - Animation

JavaScript animation refers to the process of creating dynamic, interactive animations on a website using the JavaScript programming language. This can include animations that are triggered by user interactions such as mouse clicks or hover events, or animations that are timed to run automatically when a page loads. JavaScript animation is commonly used to bring life to static web pages, to create engaging interfaces, and to enhance the user experience. Some popular JavaScript libraries for creating animations include jQuery, GSAP, and Anime.js.

JavaScript animations can handle things that CSS can’t.

For instance, moving along a complex path, with a timing function different from Bezier curves, or an animation on a canvas.