The aim of this work is to display hanzi, kanji and kana stroke by stroke. It is derived from the remarquable Make-Me-A-Hanzi project which already makes the job for nearly ten thousand hanzi. Unfortunately, it doesn't make the job for common kanji, kana and some common (but not frequent) hanzi. Moreover, many characters have different glyph or stroke order in Japanese compared to Chinese. So this is what we are trying to complete with animCjk project.
The Chinese and Japanese dictionaries were generated from the Unihan data.
A subset of this project can be downloaded from https://github.com/parsimonhi/animCJK.
Read COPYING.txt for more details.