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Jun 13, 2021 ⋅ 8 min read

How to use scroll-linked animations the right way

Alvin Wan PhD in artificial intelligence at UC Berkeley, focusing on small neural networks in perception for autonomous vehicles. Big fan of cheesecake, corgis, and Disneyland.

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One Reply to "How to use scroll-linked animations the right way"

  1. This article saved my life! I was struggling with scroll events and I didn’t even know the existence of the Intersection Observer API… This made everything so much simpler. Thank you so much!

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