[Demo] This demo of elm-physics at work by @unsoundscapes is a clever example of drag-and-drop physics animation and ray-tracing. Try stacking the boxes on top of each other!
[Tutorial] Matt G. Perry demonstrates the cool new features of the Framer API, which includes constraint-based and elastic drag animations. He works for Framer now, so expect more neat tricks and tips from him in the future.
[Video] Fun Fun Function published an episode titled "Animating with React Spring" where Mattias Johannson (@mpjme) tries out react-spring library for the first time in a fun, informative video.
[Tools] React-Spring is a React library that allows you to "bring your components to life with simple spring animation primitives". It provides an intuitive, simple React API for adding spring-based animations to your apps, and even has custom React hooks!
[Book] The Animation At Work book by Rachel Nabors is a wonderful guide on animation beyond just a “decorative” addition. From the science and psychology behind animation to how you can adopt meaningful animation in your team, this book will help you lay the foundation for creating great animations.