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[Angular] How to create beautiful and realistic confetti animations using tsParticles

Matteo Bruni
Full Stack Developer, mainly working in .NET with web technologies and mobile (Xamarin). WWDC14 Attendee, when Swift was presented, a bit rusty but can work in Swift too.
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I wrote a post about tsParticles and the new confetti animation created in the 1.30 version.

This configuration can be used as is in any Angular tsParticles installation (ng-particles package).

app.module.ts

import { NgParticlesModule } from "ng-particles";

@NgModule({
  declarations: [/* ... */],
  imports: [/* ... */, NgParticlesModule],
  providers: [],
  bootstrap: [/* ... */]
})
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app.component.html

<!-- this component can be placed anywhere -->
<Particles id="tsparticles" [options]="options"></Particles>
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app.component.ts

export class AppComponent {
  options = {
    /* ... */
  }

  /* ... */
}
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A working sample can be found below

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tsParticles - Easily create highly customizable particles animations and use them as animated backgrounds for your website. Ready to use components available for React, Vue.js (2.x and 3.x), Angular, Svelte, jQuery, Preact, Inferno.

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tsParticles - TypeScript Particles

A lightweight TypeScript library for creating particles. Dependency free (*), browser ready and compatible with React, Vue, Angular, Svelte, jQuery, Preact, Inferno

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Do you want to use it on your website?

This library is available on the two most popular CDNs and it's easy and ready to use, if you were using particles.js it's even easier.

You'll find the instructions below, with all the links you need, and don't be scared by TypeScript, it's just the source language.

The output files are just JavaScript. 🀩

CDNs and npm have all the sources you need in Javascript, a bundle browser ready (tsparticles.min.js) and all files splitted for import syntax.

If you are still interested some lines below there are some instructions for migrating from the old particles.js library.

Library installation

Hosting / CDN

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