Using the Web Animations API in Ionic 2

By Josh Morony

Animations can be the element that sets an outstanding application apart from an average one, but overdone or poor performing animations can degrade the quality of an application. They can greatly improve user experience, or just make things harder for the user. In the web vs native debate, I give little credence to the blanket argument of native performance is better because it is rarely relevant – you don’t need the engine of a Ferrari when you never need to drive over 100kmph – but animations are one of the areas where the performance difference between a native and hybrid approach can be an important consideration.

In general, animations in hybrid applications (those that run inside of a web view, like Ionic) look great and run smoothly. Take the default animations in Ionic 2 as an example, the screen transitions and other animated elements are indistinguishable from a native application. However, animations within hybrid applications may become a problem when

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