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Most efficient way of easing in dozens of div's with CSS3

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I have ten div's added every second, each with an image, and I want them to slide in from the left. This is too intensive work for javascript, and also too much for keyframing.

So what would be the most efficient (CPU/memory wise, also considering mobile devices) way of doing this?

Thanks.

Problem courtesy of: knutole

Solution

Can you use JS to add a class to them using a setInterval, then use CSS transitions with that class?

Solution courtesy of: Jason Lydon

Discussion

Using a framework like jQuery Transit can easily accomplish this. The great thing about this framework is that it works great on mobile devices (within reason) and uses the hardware acceleration capabilities of the browser wherever it can.

JS Fiddle Example Javascript: $(document).ready(function () { showDiv($('div:first'), 90); function showDiv(div, pixels) { div.transition({ opacity: 1, left: pixels + '%' }, 1000, 'out', function () { //call back showDiv(div.next("div"), pixels - 10); }); } });

It isn't a perfect example by any means, but it should steer you in the right direction.

Insane mode for those that live on the edge.

Discussion courtesy of: ROFLwTIME

This recipe can be found in it's original form on Stack Over Flow .

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