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"I did a deep dive on animations for Angular," Moss explains. "I realized that what I created was a library. So I made it a little more usable, then made it free."
While Moss plans to eventually quadruple the size of the library, it has plenty to offer already:
The library may be the first of its kind, which would help to explain the level of attention it's been getting:
The beauty of the library is how simple it is to use. Only a surface level knowledge of Angular is required:
"You just add in the name of the animation that you want, and then it works," says Moss.
Because of Moss' work, adding animation to any site just got a lot easier and more efficient for both experts and novices.