Lottie for Bubble: Bringing Animated Interactivity to Your No-Code Apps

Animations have become a crucial part of apps from micro-interactions to preloaders. When adding animations into an app, or any web platform, it is imperative that you use small, lightweight, and scalable animations such as Lottie animations.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://bubble.io/blog/lottie-files-bubble-plugin/

This is great! One minor note/request: I noticed when experimenting with the new plugin that it does not seem to play well with dynamic data. That is to say, if I specify a dynamic animation url, it does not update when the underlying reference changes. Is this something that can be rectified?

I have a lottie animation as loading bar, but underneath it there’s a bar, pause button etc that the user can interact with. How do I remove that?

Turn off controls in the settings: