Introduction to the course

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Introduction to the course

This free lesson is part of the Framer Motion course.

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Hey there! Welcome to the very first lesson of this Framer Motion course! I’m honoured to have you on board (or previewing the course 😉).

This first module will give you a good overview of what you can expect from the course, and what you will learn. It will give you a good understanding of all things you need to know in order to follow this course, and will make sure you get the most out of the content and platform itself.

If you’re looking for a list of all content we will be discussing, make sure to check out the full curriculum first.

Knowledge I expect you to have

This course won’t teach you frontend or React. It teaches you to make animations with Framer Motion. Therefore I expect you to have understanding of the following:

  • A basic understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Experience with React (you don’t need to be a pro!)

What you will learn

If you bring these skills to the table, I will make sure to teach you all about Framer Motion from A to Z.

The course will start out, expecting you to have zero knowledge of Framer Motion. We will then slowly dive into all the different APIs Framer Motion has to offer. For many of them we will build small demos together, to get a better feeling of how they work.

While learnings these APIs, we will constantly combine muliple APIs together to build more complex animations. This way you will learn how to combine all the different APIs together, and how to use them in real world scenarios.

Make sure to check the full curriculum to see all of the topics we will be discussing.

The course platform

With that out of the way, let’s take a brief moment to discuss all the awesome features this custom course platform brings! Then we’re ready to start diving into Framer Motion content!

Let’s click that complete button below, and head over to the next lesson.