July 11th, 2022 × #JavaScript#Animation#Math

Clamp & Interpolate

Scott explains numeric clamping and interpolation, demonstrating how these techniques can help control values and create animations. He highlights the d3-interpolate library for interpolating numbers, colors, dates, and more.


In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about clamp and interpolate and how you might want to use them in your next project.

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Show Notes

CSS clamp: font-size: clamp(1rem, 10vw, 2rem);

JavaScript Clamp: const clamp = (num, min, max) => Math.min(Math.max(num, min), max)

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