Check out > https://webdesigner.withgoogle.com/. Source: 28 days ago
This looks really nice. I'm reminded of a desktop app Google has called "Google Web Designer" which can do similar timeline based animations and exports to the same formats. But it's nice being able to do in the browser without downloading an app. However, Web Designer is free so there's that. Also, who knows how long Google will continue to support this app. https://webdesigner.withgoogle.com/. - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
I don't think .FLA files are compatible with any other software. Flash was originally its own product produced by Macromedia before adobe bought them out. There is only one other product that I know of that you can use a canvas to create animations and that is Google WebDesigner. I'm not sure if you can import FLA though. Source: 5 months ago
Google Web Designer which is closed source has Dreamweaver features including templates. See https://webdesigner.withgoogle.com/. - Source: Hacker News / 7 months ago
If you need a software you can download Google Web Designer, if has this template already preinstalled and you can make some simple edits to create your own version. Source: over 1 year ago
Aside of the big ones (Navori, Scala, Onelan, etc) there was a guy promoting their solution in the sub, that was really impresive since it runs on RPI and can control many professional displays and some consumer TVs and they recommended to use web designer from google https://webdesigner.withgoogle.com/. Source: over 1 year ago
For your actual question: https://webdesigner.withgoogle.com/ or use gsap/tweenmax by itself. Source: over 1 year ago
Google Web Designer: https://webdesigner.withgoogle.com/ Windows, Mac and Linux It's intended for creating HTML5 ads, but you can create whatever you want. The export is HTML, but you can use a screen recorder to export to video. - Source: Hacker News / almost 2 years ago
Using a HTML5 animator should help. Example: https://webdesigner.withgoogle.com/. Source: about 2 years ago
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