import { useSprings, animated } from 'react-spring'

Creates multiple springs, each with its own config. Use it for static lists, etc.

Either: overwrite values to change the animation

If you re-render the component with changed props, the animation will update.

const springs = useSprings(
  number, => ({ opacity: item.opacity }))

Or: pass a function that returns values, and update using the API

You will get an updater function back. It will not cause the component to render like an overwrite would (still the animation executes of course). Handling updates like this is useful for fast-occurring updates, but you should generally prefer it. Optionally there's also a stop function as a third argument.

const [springs, api] = useSprings(number, (index) => ({ opacity: 1 }))

// Update springs with new props
api.start((index) => ({ opacity: 0 }))
// Stop all springs

Finally: distribute animated props among the view

The return value is an array containing animated props.

return => <animated.div style={styles} />)


All properties documented in the common props apply.