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Motion in React

Kaylie Kwon at ReactNext 2018

As client side applications are growing richer with interactivity, motion is entering the conversation as a critical part of user experience. With all the languages, tools, and APIs available, such as CSS Transitions/Animations, GSAP, and React Transition Group, how do you decide to choose one over the other? This talk will be a comparison of several approaches to implementing motion in React, from using CSS-in-JS tools like Styled Components, as well as animating components with vanilla JS, functional libraries, or libraries more closely tied to the ecosystem like React Motion.