Implementing WebGL Powered Scroll Animations

Learn some fun WebGL by reconstructing the beautiful scroll animations from Robin Noguier's portfolio.

Editor’s note: We want to share more of the web dev and design community directly here on Codrops, so we’re very happy to start featuring Yuriy’s newest live coding sessions!

In this episode of ALL YOUR HTML, I’m reconstructing the beautiful scroll animations from Robin Noguier’s portfolio. Learn how to build a custom inertia scroll from scratch, using it in WebGL with some images from HTML, and adding a navigation to the whole experience.

This coding session was streamed live on Oct 18, 2020.

Original website: Robin Noguier

Developer of the original website: Lorenzo Cadamuro

Support: https://www.patreon.com/allyourhtml

Setup: https://gist.github.com/akella/a19954…

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Yuriy Artyukh

Yuriy is a developer from Kyiv, Ukraine. Leading a small frontend agency riverco.de, also speaking at conferences, and open for freelance projects. Curious about CSS and shaders. Loves to learn every day.

http://cssing.org.ua

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