This could take a while
npm install loading-svg
bower install loading
<img src="loading-balls.svg" alt="Loading icon" />
Just change the
fill attribute in the svg file to whatever.
<svg class="icon-loading" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 32 32" width="32" height="32" fill="blue">
This was mostly meant as a joke and an opportunity to learn about animated SVG. Feel free to use the source code as an example or in any project of your own.
If you do intend to use these in production, be aware of limited browser support and be prepared to create fallbacks.
Also be aware of user experience issues with perceptual loading time. Subtler is usually better.
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