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Using the SVG feTurbulence Filter for Wave Effects

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The front-end development space is nothing short of electrifying. It feels like every other week I find a tool, methodology or framework that intrigues me. With all of these “shiny things,” I tend to remind myself to always practice clever adoption methods.

This week, while working on an SVG animation demo, I discovered an interesting way to manipulate SVG elements using the…

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Nathan Keeys

Nathan Keeys

Creative Developer / Javascript Developer @ Digital Anthro

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