We see lots of impressive CSS3 demos regularly: flipping, rotating or sliding items and more. Magic is a stylesheet that includes many of these CSS effects (also mentioned that “more will be added”).

Magic CSS Animations

The effects are collected under few categories (magic, perspective, rotate, bling, static, slide) and all of the effects are pretty attractive. Each of them has their own classes and the easiest way to use them is by adding/removing these classes to the targeted elements via JavaScript.

Requirements: No Requirements
Compatibility: All Modern BrowsersWebsite: https://www.minimamente.com/project/magic/
Download: https://github.com/miniMAC/magic
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