I've been really excited watching this community share their ideas, experiments, and work with Framer. It's a great tool, and this community is even better. That's why I'm really excited to offer my first contribution, Animation Collections for Framer.js.
Here's the basic idea: Animations are core to Framer, and beautiful interactions usually involve more than a handful of animations. Managing and chaining these to play in sequence can become manual and laborious, especially when we're talking about 10 or 20 or more. Want to tweak the timing or change the order? Forget about it. That's why I wrote the Animation Collections library. These classes make chaining animations together painless. It'll give you more control over your scenes & transitions with less spaghetti code. Objects can be used with each other (think nesting) for even more control and flexibility. Click here to see it work in action: http://share.framerjs.com/fdma26px2f39/
This is the first of hopefully a handful of Animation utilities. Try and it out and let me know what you think. And if you're a seasoned developer, I'd love to have your eyes on my code for any major gotchas. All feedback and bugs are welcome! Cheers.