A possible replacement for Three JS, we have Anime JS as the number two on this list. Created by Julian Garnier, Anime JS is one of the fastest animation libraries you’d come across. Anime JS works smoothly with the DOM and supports the major web browsers in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer 10+. Features include CSS transforms, SVG animations for line, the timeline for synchronizing multiple instances
At 14K stars, this library is a motion graphics toolbelt for the web, with simple declarative APIs, cross-device compatibility and over 1500 unit-tests. You can move things around the DOME or SVG DOME or create unique mo.js objects.
Our final library is interesting for its unique approach. AniJS is an animation library that allows you to add animations to elements in a simple ‘sentence-like’ structure. Take the following format:
If click, On Square, Do wobble animated To .container-box
<div data-anijs=”if: click, do: flipInY, to: .container-box”></div>