Simple SVG animation with Greensock DrawSVG-Plugin

I had some free time and thought to experiment a bit with the new DrawSVG plugin from Greensock, it is a plugin that animates the border of an SVG, other parts of the SVG like fill or opacity could already be tweened via TweenMax/Lite.

Here’s a quick tutorial to get you started and I hope you’ll forgive my lousy Illustrator skills…

See the Pen OPNOgM by Michael Dobekidis (@netgfx) on CodePen.

Learn more about the SVG Plugin here: Greensock DrawSVG-Plugin

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Animating properties of injected SVG elements with TweenMax

Hello all, this post was somewhat inspired by the work of PJ.Onori and his blog post about SVG injecting and manipulation through javascript and css.

You can read more about his findings here: svg-css-injection

So after injecting the SVG inside the DOM I thought of why shouldn’t we try and animate it (no one likes static images right?), some simple things like change color gracefully, scale it or even programmatically create a simple animation of it.

I will show here how we can use simple tools like JQuery and TweenMax from Greensock and animate a simple SVG graphic.

View a DEMO here: AnimateSVG DEMO

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