Animations change one or more properties of a layer over time. You’ll often trigger them with a ‘tap’ or other event.
What can be animated in Framer? A lot.
You’ll most often use: x, y, width, height, opacity, and scale, but any numerical property of a layer can be animated. This means that you can’t, for instance, animate
visible, because that’s a Boolean, but you can animate
opacity to have a layer fade in or out.
In addition to all numerical properties you can also animate color properties, like
color, and a few more things like shadows and gradients.
Anyway, there’s an overview of all the animatable properties at the end of this chapter.