Pinegrow Interactions is a powerful visual editor for designing web interactions and animations.
Pinegrow Interactions is an add-on for Pinegrow Web Editor, extending its HTML and CSS editing features with interaction composer and fully-featured animation timeline editor.
Pinegrow Interactions is available in Pinegrow Web Editor 5.9 and higher.
Read Introduction to Pinegrow Interactions to get an overview of what interactions are and how they are used.
Check out the guides for interactions actions to learn how to use them.
You can open these guides directly in Pinegrow Web Editor with “Open URL” feature and explore examples of interactions.
Use the Interactions action to add one or more interactions to the selected element.
Use Scroll Scene action to animate the element as it scrolls in and out of view.
Add Hide at start to elements that need to be hidden when page loads so that you can reveal them with interactions.
Place Show at start on elements that need to be displayed when page loads so that you can hide them with interactions.
Use the Smooth Scroll action to smooth the scroll wheel scrolling. That makes the Scroll scene animations appear more natural.
Use this action to copy all interactions actions from this element to other elements on the page.
Check out detailed guides with embedded examples.
Use the Interactions panel to add interactions, scroll scenes and other interactions actions to the selected element.
Use the timeline editor to create powerful custom animations.
Overview of animating various element properties with the Timeline editor.
Use the Element selector control to select one or more elements on the page.
Pinegrow Interactions comes with a simple API that lets you trigger animations from your code.
Pinegrow Interactions come with a friendly license that lets you freely use interactions in your projects. Includes FAQ.
Learn about creating rich web interactions with our step-by-step tutorials.
Above listed guides come with a bunch of embedded examples that you can explore directly in Pinegrow Web Editor.
Here are some additional standalone examples: