Animation is no longer an optional feature in web applications. Users expect it, so developers must oblige. If you're writing an AngularJS-based application, then you already have a wealth of built-in animation tools available.
In Animate Your Site With AngularJS, Tuts+ instructor Jeremy McPeak will teach you about AngularJS 1.4's revamped
ngAnimate, the module responsible for animation.
ngAnimate is built on CSS3 animations, so you'll learn a lot about those along the way.
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