tsParticles - What particles.js could be if it wasn't abandoned years ago

I created a project from the ashes of particles.js, converted in TypeScript, fixed various bugs and user reported issues, added new features and this is how tsParticles has born, a new library for creating particles animations easily in websites.
I’ve also created components for some of the most used frontend frameworks: ReactJS, VueJS, Angular, Svelte, etc.

The repository is here: https://github.com/matteobruni/tsparticles
The demo page is here: https://particles.matteobruni.it
Other demos here: https://codepen.io/collection/DPOage

I’m currently creating an easy editor for creating configurations faster, or at least explore features and combinations easily

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Hey Matteo and welcome!

Can you please show some real examples of Particles.js in use? :slight_smile:


Sure, I’m creating some templates ready to use with some particles animations.

This is the repository where I put them: https://github.com/tsparticles/templates

Some real use samples by “users”:


https://openitcockpit.io <-- they use tsParticles in the login page

There are a lot of users using it for animation like those.
It’s just a library for creating animations in websites, possibly without consuming all the visitors CPU like particles.js do.

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