vihnboy - a debugger for CSS animations would be great. Luckily, the webkit inspector will tell you all the CSS properties an element carries and indicates CSS errors. However, it doesn't show you errors with associated keyframes - that would be awesome.
james33, johnyzee - the tech is pretty well supported, but indeed has a long way to go. It's in the css3 spec, which is great, and IE10 will support it. Remember - it's an extra layer of interaction, not an important feature of any website. use it subtly.
So that the same animation can be called multiple times in a row.
Oh and btw, this is awesome. I will definitely be using some of these animations in the future. Thanks :)
however, both Microsoft and Opera have announced support in their upcoming releases.
I'm stuck with Firefox 3.6 on this workstation but it does most of HTML5 just fine so being 'unsupported' for some animation is a surprise.
Mozilla added support recently, and support has been promised in IE10 and the next Opera release. To me, that spells 'web standard'.
Lots of things get promised in IE that don't wind up being very complete, and it'll be quite some time until the IE7/8/9ers fade away.
Yes it does.
Animation support is coming in the next release of Opera.