Tumult Hype 2 for OSX: Create and Animate HTML5

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Tumult Hype is a Mac OS X application that allows you to create interactive content and animations in HTML5 web content. Pages built with Tumult Hype work on desktops, smartphones and iPads with no coding required. You can purchase a copy of Tumult Hype 2 from the App Store until Sept 10th for $29.99!

The Hype (Mac OS X) version has intuitive and interactive features, including:

  • Animations – Tumult Hype’s keyframe-based animation system brings your content to life. Click Record and Tumult Hype watches your every move, automatically creating keyframes as needed. Or, if you’d prefer to be more hands-on, manually add, remove, and re-arrange keyframes to fine-tune your content. It is easy to create natural curves by clicking and dragging on an element's motion path to add bézier control points.
  • Animation Interface Timelines – Timelines for the scene can be added and play when triggered by actions. This capability lets you add interactivity — mousing over an element could trigger a timeline to play which animates other elements in the scene.
    Watch more on timelines.
  • Actions – Engage your viewers and trigger custom animations, scene transitions, sounds, or JavaScript functions in response to actions like mouse clicks, touch events, specific times, or document events.
  • Scenes – Scenes are similar to slides in presentation software, and are a great way to simplify animation flow or separate content. Tumult Hype lets you make as many scenes as needed, and a variety of actions can switch between scenes using smooth transitions.

Version 2 of Tumult Hype has a ton of enhancements and new features – including instant iOS Previews with Hype Reflect for iOS, Audio Actions, Curved Motion Paths, Web Fonts, Swipe and Touch Events, Mobile Options, Enhanced Preview Toolbar Button, Search Engine Visibility, Ellipse and Rounded Rectangle Shapes, OS X Technology Adoption, JavaScript Improvements, Scene Editing Polish and Extended Browser Compatibility.

Updated: Thanks to William Winter of Bradenton.com for the clarification that it's a Mac OSX app, not an iOS app!


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