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How to Use Famo.us + Angular to Create a Mobile Application

I love high-performance JavaScript and I love sharing what I believe is its true potential. In this tutorial, I want to focus on Famo.us – it can allow you to maintain a silky smooth 60 frames per second while having fluid animations on screen. Famo.us does this by utilizing the CSS3 primitive -webkit-transform: matrix3d, which lets the framework compute the composite matrix and skip the browser’s renderer. No plug-in, no download, no hack. By appending this to each DIV, developers can render the composite matrix and go straight to the GPU. I go more in depth when discussing the ins-and-outs of Famo.us in this blog post. Thanks again to Zack Brown for all of your assistance with this! Let’s get started: By the end of this project you will be able to: Understand how Angular works within the context of a Famo.us application Harness the true power of JavaScript and the good parts of HTML5 Create smooth animations My goal for this project to illustrate how easily you can create HTML5 / JS projects which work at near native speeds on mobile applications. Features The mobile applications runs on iOS and Android via Cordova The Windows 10 universal app runs natively on well, Windows […]

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