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Vivus.js - svg animation

Vivus.js - svg animation
Vivus is a lightweight JavaScript class (with no dependencies) that allows you to animate SVGs, giving them the appearence of being drawn. There are a variety of different animations available, as well as the option to create a custom script to draw your SVG in whatever way you like. View on GitHub How it works To get this effect, the script uses the CSS property strokeDashoffset. This property manages the stroke offset on every line of the SVG. The code is inspired from other repositories. How to use it As I said, there are no dependencies here. The library is also available via Bower: bower install vivus or via jsDelivr CDN: //cdn.jsdelivr.net/vivus/0.1.2/vivus.min.js The Vivus constructor asks for 3 parameters : The ID of the SVG to animate (or the DOM element) Options object (described in the following) Callback to call at the end of the animation (optional) The options object must respect the following structure : type string duration integer animation duration, in frames start string

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