Taking React Animation to next level

Basics of React-Spring

  1. useSpring — a single spring that moves data from a → b
  2. useSprings — multiple springs, for lists, where each spring moves data from a → b
  3. useTransition — where we need to mount(add)/unmount(remove) elements transitions
  4. useTrail — multiple springs where one spring trails/follows behind the other.
  5. useChain — to queue or chain multiple animations together.

A Basic Demo

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