So a bit of a mistake in my text last time when I said it was about setting up the database for the Twitch dynamic overlay. It was in fact the setup of the scene. However this time around it IS the database and the animation all in one. So get ready the learn what it takes in creating a Twitch dynamic overlay.
Databases and animations are pretty straight forward in webflow so it’s a shorter video. Databases can be setup pretty easily but does take a bit of trickery to make it work with how we want our Twtich to operate. We can’t forget that webflow is a platform for creating websites and not overlays. With that said we can do some great thing with it.
You should click on it and watch it on YouTube since I’ve added in timestamps in the description for easy browsing to the different parts. Will keep doing that for future videos as well.
Next week I have yet another video. Not sure if it’s going to be a one or two parter (haven’t edited it yet). What I do know is that it’s going to be how to create a slideshow. This slideshow can be used either on your in-game overlay or in a starting or break screen.
I hope you enjoyed the first series and that you’ll also like this series. Let me know if you want to learn more about animations or how to do other things in webflow.
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