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As of now JS code has to be executed for Animate content to run/intialize i.e. in Animate all you content and styles are exported to js file and our Animate runtimes loads these assests into stage .In the second example even that stop is trigerred by JS code.
Its possible to make Animate content to run on some user action but you will have to hand code .(there are on extensiosn for that which i am aware of)
Hi. Thanks for your prompt response.
Just to be clear: As far as i can understand, running JS code on load is in compliance with the mentioned standard, but JS animations is not. In the link below they explain it in a bit more detail:
So i guess executing the JS is ok as long as that doesn't mean rendering the animation.. ?
The issue is performance...
In animate other than resizing we actually create and insert html tags into the DOM using JS .