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Replying to @devquinlan
Answered in the forums post. Sorry about the confusion there - should be resolved now. 👍
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GreenSock Jan 14
Replying to @devquinlan
What exactly is "wonky" and what's different with your local files? Best place to discuss: Also, it's cleaner to use things like y:-23 rather than transform:"translateY(-23px)". And set transformOrigin via GSAP, not in CSS to avoid browser bugs
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Chris Gannon Jan 12
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Chris Gannon Jan 12
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GreenSock Jan 9
Replying to @mamzellejuu
You can literally draw any ease you'd like: or you could use a bezier tween to multiple (oscillating) y values. Tons of options. 😀
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GreenSock Jan 8
Replying to @mamzellejuu
"floating", as in hovering above the ground, easing slightly up and down? Got any references/demos for the effect?
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Darin Senneff Jan 4
Here's a in-progress experiment with using animation to soften a long wait/load time, in this case searching for flights. Created this demo mostly with SVG/JS/GreenSock. Can't share the CodePen yet, but will in the future once I'm able to finish it up a bit more.
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GreenSock Jan 4
Generate interest for coding amongst kids. 🤖 Help Biip get home with code. How far can you get? 🤖
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ᴘᴇᴛᴇ ʙᴀʀʀ Dec 27
Honoured to have one of my GSAP demos on featured amongst the totally fab work on this list. Cheers !!
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GreenSock Dec 26
Replying to @karaluton
Excellent! If there's anything we can do to help, let us know.
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Sarah Drasner Dec 26
Replying to @greensock
It will be really hard to animate something correctly until you understand transform-origin. And sometimes it doesn't work as you'd expect, esp. chaining and stacking. Using matrix transforms can help but it’s easier to use .
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CSS Animation Dec 24
Spotify Wrapped Animation using GSAP - A rebuild of the amazing Spotify Wrapped 3D text, created using DOM elements and GSAP! Check out the code to see how it’s done
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Chris Gannon Dec 23
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Rodrigo Hernando Dec 21
Created a sidebar slide menu using , for the animations (of course) and for the styles:
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GreenSock Dec 21
The Nordy Club has some very interesting line-drawing animations. Upload your photo to get a real-time sketch!
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Chris Gannon Dec 20
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GreenSock Dec 19
Replying to @ibuildinternet
Hm, the morphing would be quite a challenge (unless you make sure the start/end shapes have matching numbers of points). And easing will be limited (no elastic, bounce, etc.) But hey, a challenge like that can be a fun learning experience. Let us know how it goes.
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GreenSock Dec 17
Replying to @mjordancodes
Sounds like maybe tree shaking is biting you? See the notes at Just a guess. If you need more help:
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GreenSock Dec 17
Replying to @libhongolanga
Aw, thanks! 😀
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Chris Gannon Dec 17
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