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In this article I’m going to demonstrate a technique for creating CSS animations using the power of Sass’ for loop. Whether you’re using React, Vue or Angular, these animations can be used in your app.

Animations are a crucial ingredient in adding life and character to a website or application. They can make transitions feel faster even if they take more time than when they’re not animated. Animation is particularly useful when requesting dynamic data from APIs and that’s what I’m focusing on today.

Here’s an example of the types of animation I’ll be writing about:

Note that there are two separate animations here:

In my development experience to date I’ve primarily used the CSS transition property to handle animation. Transitions are nice and simple, but they’re also limited. The CSS animation property on the other hand is much more powerful, but is also considerably more complicated.

There are two essential parts to a CSS animation:

The animation CSS property is shorthand for a number of animation properties (such as animation-name, animation-duration, etc).

A typical animation rule might look like this:

The above animation property applies the pulse animation to the .tile element over a duration of 1s, infinitely repeating and with an ease timing-function. There’s a fair bit going on here but it makes more sense when you see it in practice (more on that below).

The @keyframes rule works in a similar way to the more familiar @media rule, in that additional CSS is nested within it. The keyframes rule contains style rules which are applied to an element as the animation progresses from start (0%) to finish (100%).

Let’s build on our animation example with a @keyframes rule:

In our example .tile will darken and very slightly scale up across the first half of the animation, then return to its original state. The animation will take place over a period of 1s, as defined in the animation property on .tile . Notice that any number of percentages can be added between 0% and 100%.

Unfortunately in production it’s still necessary to include -moz and -webkit vendor prefixes in the following manner:

This becomes tedious to manage very quickly. However thankfully autoprefixer automatically adds vendor prefixes in so you can focus on writing CSS. It’s a life changer and is well worth integrating into your workflow.

I’m going make heavy use of the animation-delay property in combination with the nth-child selector to animate a group of elements in a timed sequence. Delaying animations allows the same animation to be applied to different elements at different starting points. In this way the animation will appear to flow through the group of elements like a ripple in water.

root : HTMLElement|string | default window object

The element or selector string that is used as the viewport for checking visibility of the target.

rootMargin : string | default 0px 0px 0px 0px

rootMargin

Margin around the root. Specify using units px or % (top, right, bottom left). Can contain negative values.

threshold : number|Array<number> | default: 0

threshold

Indicates at what percentage of the target's visibility the observer's callback should be executed. If you only want to detect when visibility passes the 50% mark, you can use a value of 0.5. If you want the callback run every time visibility passes another 25%, you would specify the array [0, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75, 1].

disabled : boolean | default: false

disabled

Controls whether the element should stop being observed by its IntersectionObserver instance. Useful for temporarily disabling the observing mechanism and restoring it later.

onChange (required): (entry: IntersectionObserverEntry, unobserve: () => void) => void

onChange

Function that will be invoked whenever an observer's callback contains this target in its changes.

children (required): React.Element<*>

children

Single React component or element that is used as the target (observable).

When needing the full spec's support, we highly recommend using the IntersectionObserver polyfill .

Earlier preview versions of and prior to version 58 of Chrome , the support for isIntersecting was lacking. This property was added to the spec later and both teams where unable to implement it earlier.

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The general International Studies (IS) master’s program was specifically designed as a concurrent program to complement a professional degree. One component of the program therefore requires students to take three courses of relevance to both the International Studies program and the professional program which would serve to fulfill degree requirements for both. Concurrent degree programs have been formally established between the International Studies program and six professional programs: Public Affairs, Business Administration, Law, Forest Resources, Marine Affairs, and Public Health.

Completion of the International Studies master’s program concurrently with a professional degree takes approximately one year longer than the estimated time to complete the professional degree. The following schedule illustrates how the IS program and a concurrent degree are typically completed. This pattern may vary depending on the professional degree program.

Required core for professional program.

Electives for either/both programs.

Electives for either/both programs, any final papers and/or final exams required.

Foreign language study, for those who have not met the IS requirement, usually begins after the first year. Any internships required by the professional schools generally are scheduled for the summer.

Concurrent candidates must submit application materials to both the Jackson School and the professional school. (See application procedures for both.) IS evaluates applicants accepted by the professional school on academic and practical/professional performance, test scores, references, essay, and writing ability. Applicants denied by the professional school are automatically denied by IS.

The IS program draws on both area studies and various disciplines in molding a new approach to the study of international affairs. This interdisciplinary study is intended to help students approach their profession with a better understanding of how to relate it to the increasingly interdependent world.

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Two Foci of study: the Professional Focus must be completed by courses relevant to both programs; the second field can be either a Regional Studies Focus or the International Studies Field Focus .

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