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Haskell library for building declarative animations based on SVG graphics
I would suggest reanimate or gloss. I think gloss is simpler, but uglier. reanimate has a nice website: https://reanimate.github.io/. At the top there are links to documentation, the api reference and a playground. You can start without installing anything by using the online playground.
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You could also use code.world with a guide here. It is meant as a beginner-friendly introduction to Haskell. It also has an online environment, so you won't need to install anything.
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