Animations are used to change the values of CSS properties several times over time as a flash timeline. This requires use @ keyframes , give it a name, and then manage the “steps” percentage inside this statement. But this work can be for some designers and developers too hard or take a lot of time. That’s why many developers have developed some tools to make this work easier than before.
So in today’s article I have collected 5 of the best css3 animations tools to let you test CSS animation without getting too technical skills.
Stylie is a fun tool but powerful for creating CSS3 animations. You can configure easily your animation graphically and generate CSS code !
Ceaser is an interactive CSS easing animation tool. It lets you build any kind of ease you want, and comes with many of the Penner Easing Equations.
animate.css is a bunch of cool, fun, and cross-browser animations for you to use in your projects. Great for emphasis, home pages, sliders, and general just-add-water-awesomeness.
Liffect is a web-based tool that provides lots of different cool effects for list elements.
Adobe Edge Animate is the premier HTML software with integrated tools for creating compliant cross-browser animation and other content.