Displays an AirBnB Bodymovin animation player.
<script async custom-element="amp-bodymovin-animation" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-bodymovin-animation-0.1.js"></script>
height attributes determine the aspect ratio of the animation embedded in responsive layouts.
<amp-bodymovin-animation layout="fixed" width="200" height="200" src="https://nainar.github.io/loader.json" loop="5" > </amp-bodymovin-animation>
The path to the exported Bodymovin animation object. Must be
Indicates whether the animation should be looping or not. By default, this
attribute is set to
true. Values for this attribute can be:
or a number value. If a number is specified, the animation loops that number of
By default, an animation autoplays. If this attribute is added the video waits for an action to start playing.
By default, this component uses the SVG renderer, this uses a light version of
the Bodymovin animation player. However, if developers feel that they need the
full player and want to use an HTML renderer they may do so by specifying the
renderer attribute to be
This attribute only accepts the values
title attribute for the component to propagate to the underlying
<iframe> element. The default value is
"Airbnb BodyMovin animation".
This element includes common attributes extended to AMP components.
Plays the animation.
Pauses the animation.
Stops the animation.
currentTime of the animation to the specified value and pauses
Uses the given percentage value to determine the
currentTime of the animation
to the specified value and pauses animation.
See amp-bodymovin-animation rules in the AMP validator specification.
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