LearnCustomize CSS Easing Animation with Ceasar

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writes on March 24, 2011

I’m recently impressed with Ceasar, a delightfully handy tool from Matthew Lein that produces code snippets for your CSS transition animations. Just choose an easing type, test it out, and customize your curve until the movement is just right. Awesome!

Ceasar, CSS Easing Animation Tool

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5 Responses to “Customize CSS Easing Animation with Ceasar”

  1. For any SASS/Compass users. I created a compass extension for ceaser. Github repo: https://github.com/jhardy/compass-ceaser-easing

  2. Very genius as well…One thing? I haven’t seen any sites actually stating that they are or have used ceaser. Any examples?

  3. Stephengriggs on March 25, 2011 at 8:39 am said:

    Pure genius-just what I needed.

  4. I can,t use ceasar yet ,bcoz this is my first time to know about this tool…i must give it a try bcoz this tool seems awesome

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