kandi X-RAY | lottie-web Summary
kandi X-RAY | lottie-web Summary
Render After Effects animations natively on Web, Android and iOS, and React Native.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- create the worker instance
- Manages map function
- Decorators for the keyframe .
- Init an expression
- Function that returns the point on the line .
- Seed the generator
- Interpolation - interpolation frames
- Creates a mask .
- Renders the gradient .
- Load font from the list of font files .
lottie-web Key Features
lottie-web Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on lottie-web
While working with
ng-lottie for animations. It is suddenly having build issues.
Know more .
Hence, in search of alternatives I am trying
I have installed it and added the configs as per docs.
But, now I am getting
Cannot find name 'GlobalCompositeOperation'
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-10 at 13:59
this an issue with typescript version and for me details you can take a look at here :
How to target with hover a specific animation when I have multiple lottie animations on the same page in React using
lottie-web. lottie-web documentation states that in the
lottie.play() I can insert a name parameter to target a specific animation, so I did this
lottie.play(container), but it didn't work.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 02:37
Ok I dug deeper while waiting for answers and found that I need to give a name to each animation instead of using the container name like so
name: "animationOne" and refer to it later, so my code would look like this:
When I run
npm run build which executes
ng build -c production build will be completed as expected. But command prompt will be filled with this warning:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-01 at 14:18
can you try to put the following into your ".browserlistrc" file. The file is located in the root directory of your project.
last 1 Chrome version
last 1 Firefox version
last 2 Edge major versions
last 2 Safari major versions
last 2 iOS major versions
This once helped me to fix the error.
I am currently working on a next.js application and my goal is to have a "greeting animation" with sound.
I am having problems triggering an event when the animation starts, so I can start the music synchronized.
This is my code, which displays the animation but does not log anything:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 09:52
Seeing as you autoplay the animation, you can listen for the "DOMLoaded" event or if you wanted the "enterFrame" event and then ignore subsequent calls to your callback, as it will be called on every frame played of your animation.
After upgrading to angular
13.0.0 this warning occur when building:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-04 at 16:12
Angular is removing support for IE 11.
There is 2 ways to confront that matter:
- Remove support for IE 11 from
When I try to run command
ng lint --fix cli throws this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-28 at 10:34
From v13 angular doesn't use
tslint anymore due to deprecation.
ng add @angular-eslint/schematics to add
eslint to your application.
It will use tslint-to-eslint-config to migrate you to
It will generate a
.eslintrc.json file and migrate
tslint.json to it.
Nothing else is needed to be done.
I have a weird issue with Lottie animations in React/Gatsby. I've tried many plugins like react-lottie, lottie-react, lottie-web etc. They all start bottlenecking the dom while navigating back and forth pages.
I've made an example with the issue: https://elegant-aryabhata-490c95.netlify.app/ If you navigate between the pages Go to page 2 and Go back to the homepage soon enough the DOM stops and the animation starts rendering extra stuff as well.
I am rendering the animations like so:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-19 at 23:04
Well, I sorted it out myself, turns out it is a memory leak and happens if some of the Lottie animations us a 'repeater'
Solved it by stringify the JSON:
const contactAnimation = JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(data))
So full code becomes:
I have a Lottie animation that is rendered using
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-16 at 16:48
Yes, thank you, I started it at home, but you have the width and height values set for the Lottie component. If you want Lottie to change its size depending on the size of the screen, then you need to add a hook to change the screen.
I work with the lottie-web package in a .web.js file under React Native (Expo).
My problem is that the let variable anim is undefined in the functions in useImperativeHandle. In the useEffect anim works wonderfully. For example if I access anim.play() right after the initialize at useEffect it works. But at the play() function in imperative it doesn't work.
At my parent component I create a ref with useRef and pass the ref to the component...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-26 at 11:43
That because React has no clue what anim is when it creates API functions in useImperativeHandle (duo to closure and react updating strategies which don't trigger any update by mutating a variable). There is some way you can handle this, after all, it comes to personal opinion what to do, I will use something like this which work the best for me.Add GetApi Function
Before I go on, I should note I posted a similar question earlier, with a similar content to this one, BUT I thougth that the source of the bug was using a custom-component inside an ngFor loop. I have seen that is not the issue, so I have deleted the original question to make my query more accurate and to not mislead anyone.
I am currently working on a project using Ionic 5 and Angular 9 where we have to use lotties in certain views. I am using the ngx-lottie library (https://github.com/ngx-lottie/ngx-lottie#api) and for my purposes, instead of inserting the lottie within the template in each view as the library's API shows, I have built a component to be included within other views. The code for said component is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-24 at 14:15
I put together a stackblitz showing what I think your problem is, the fact that all the components are being passed the same state instance.
The first array of
divs all have a single state inside the parent, so toggling it in one updates all of them.
The second one of
app-cards are all their own component that have their own state. Note that since we are still passing the global state in as an input, while changing it internally it wont update the others but if its updated at the parent level it will push that new value down to all the children.
Child component example
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