CSS gallery

CSS gallery 2021/03/02
There is no need to split the original image into parts.


You are truly amazing.

Hi fujita,

That’s cool! Are you implementing this in webview?

That’s amazing

Thank you @mrnmkmn

This is not an external web page.
★ This animation is designed with CSS.
★ The html and css code is written in the rich text component in glide-app.

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Thank you for your reply. It’s great.

I’ve used inline CSS with rich text before, but I was surprised that this was possible. I’m sure we can do many more animations.




Amazing work.

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Hey !

That looks great! Quick question, do you think it’s possible to have an animation as soon as the user logs in for the first time without having to click on a button except the login button ? That’ll be great

How did you do to when I click in Things tab, it sets directly to the code if we can’t put actions in tabs? :thinking:

Did you publish the code?

Thank you @Carlos_DeSilva

@AymenM @Lucas_Pires
There is no need to trigger the start of animation.
The animation starts to move on the screen display itself.
In other words, on Glide, if you put the code on the screen that is displayed first, the animation will start automatically as soon as the application opens.
You can also use it as a trigger by setting Visibility with checkboxes, buttons, or custom actions.

The current code is very complex and cluttered. It may be cleaned and published after a little more verification.


Did you mind to share the CSS code ?

https://ritual.glideapp.io/ by @Lucas_Pires . A lot of cool stuff


Wow! Is it possible to share the CSS code?