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We do web animation with Adobe Flash or HTML5/CSS3 Technology
With the new technologies in HTML5 and CSS3, we now have a lot more options for animation in web design.Lets start with the most common and widely known technique.
Flash is an Adobe product which is capable of creating complex animations, and has been the standard for animations, games, presentations and a lot more on the web for years. Flash isn't a native browser technology, and requires a plugin to display on a web page. The software used to create Flash animations isn’t free, although the plugin used to view them is.
The drawbacks of using flash for animation can be large files sizes, and more recently, no Flash support on devices such as iPhones and iPads.
HTML5 has been hailed as the death of Flash, but flash is still the only mature tool for creating animations without dealing with lots of code, so for that reason alone it still has it’s place. Adobe have created a tool for converting Flash into HTML5 technologies, so while the Flash format may die out on the web, Flash as a software for creating animations may live on.
While a lot can be achieved with animating CSS properties, it’s not really capable of the more complex animations that can be achieved in Flash or Canvas.
A common use of animating CSS attributes like this is to change the background position of an element, which can give the impression of scrolling movement.
One technique that is often overlooked, is to cycle through static frames of a pre-drawn or rendered animation simply using an image element or background image that is switched out for the next. A great example of this is the demonstration of the iPad 2 cover.