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epic-spinners - Easy to use css spinners collection with vue.js integration

  •    Vue

Easy to use css spinners collection with Vue.js integration. Developed by Epicmax. Subscribe to our newsletter to get Epic Spinners updates, our team's stories and Vue.js materials hand-picked by Epicmax.

whirl - pure css loading animations with minimal effort!

  •    CSS

A large rework of whirl is currently underway to add new whirls etc. From using the demo you can work out which classes you need to add to your elements in order to show the loading animation you want.

react-elements - A library of reusable React components.

  •    Javascript

To include a component in your project simply import the component. Most components have an accompanying stylesheet. When using a component be sure to include the component's stylesheet in your build otherwise the component will fail to render correctly.

ThinkingFaces - Collection of animated spinners and bouncers for iOS 🌠

  •    Swift

Contributions always welcome. If you have a new idea for a fun spinner or bouncer, or see something that could be improved, please open a PR. Playgrounds built with Xcode 9.3 🛠 All components are a single class, and come packaged within a playground. Tweak any parameters or timing curves you'd like, and then copy the code out into your own project. All of the classes come with built-in accessors for timing, tint, and other params.

vue-progress-path - Progress bars and loading indicators for Vue.js

  •    Vue

This library is Work In Progress. You can now use the <loading-progress> component.

react-native-spinner-button - React Native button component with multiple animated spinners

  •    Javascript

This is a pure javascript and react-native Button component with a Spinner embeded in it. In many of the react-native projects we have worked on required the button to be disabled when app is processing something on tap of that button, and a loading indicator on it or beside it, so the user can be made aware of app doing some processing. From a developer perspective, it is very painful to manage two different components: a button and a spinner for lots of buttons! So when we came accross this beautiful component SSspinnerButton, we decided to do something like that in react-native.