I don't have any experience with this, but the TodoMVC example uses a tiny 
bit of CSS animations:
See the '.todo-list li label' selector in 'style.css' 
at https://github.com/evancz/elm-todomvc


On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 10:03:34 AM UTC-7, Timothy Williams wrote:
> Whenever I google something like this, I always get discussions about Elm 
> libraries for this. 
> As someone new to css in general, I just want to be able to do normal css 
> animations using elm to model the state, do the event handling, and render 
> the html.
> For example, if the state is toggled in the model to that hides a menu, 
> can I use css to make that menu gradually disappear, as opposed to 
> suddenly, without using an elm library?
> Of course, I'm not referring to anything complex with canvas or svg, I can 
> see the appeal of writing svg or canvas code in elm. I just mean for plain 
> dom elements for a basic ui.
> Would this be the preferred approach?

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