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Makers of GSAP, the standard for JavaScript animation
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GreenSock 11h
I'm not sure, but I sure do appreciate the support!
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GreenSock Aug 20
Congrats! Nice work.
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Chris Gannon Aug 19
I sort of forget to tell people I have a (slightly neglected) YouTube channel where I talk about SVG and 👍
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SmashingMembership Aug 16
On Smashing TV next week: wonderful on designing and animating an SVG, with Greensock, webcam color detection and face detection with Shape Detection API! 🔗
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Christina Laba Aug 13
Whipped up a little step-by-step on how to use GSAPs SVG draw plugin to animate any font or shape -
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Sara Soueidan Aug 12
✨I’m really proud to announce my latest work collaboration w/ : ’s 2018 Annual Report website A mini case study w/ lessons learned building the front-end for the project coming on my site soon.✨ (📸👇🏻 by )
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Chris Gannon Aug 8
You can listen to my husky stayed-up-too-late-the-night-before voice 😁
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egghead.io Aug 8
Create Amazing Animations with GreenSock - course by
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GreenSock Aug 7
Replying to @r3dnaz
Ugh, sorry about that! We've been making updates recently and ran into some glitches. Thanks for pointing that out.
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Codrops Aug 7
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CSS-Tricks Jul 30
A walkthrough of 's super cool name logo. SO MANY TRICKS.
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Christina Gorton Jul 31
Intro to SVG and GreenSock Animations — Learn to Make Fun and Fast Animations by
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Adam Kuhn Aug 1
real quick demo toying with tornis.js to update svg filter properties on scroll; as usual enhances performance considerably
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GreenSock Aug 1
Replying to @gglazcano
Most definitely! There isn't a simple setting to accomplish that, but with enough effort you can animate just about anything you want with GSAP, in any way you want 😉
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GreenSock Jul 30
Replying to @NvdB31 @a7sc11u and 3 others
We also have some tools to help you visualize certain parts, such as our ease visualizer and GS dev tools:
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GreenSock Jul 30
Replying to @NvdB31 @a7sc11u and 3 others
Not that it won't ever happen at all, but it's unlikely that a GUI would become the main way to create GSAP code.
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GreenSock Jul 30
Replying to @NvdB31 @a7sc11u and 3 others
The thing about it is that most any visualizer or GUI would likely be very limited compared to what GSAP can do. It would be very hard to create a tool that exports GSAP code in its full capacity.
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GreenSock Jul 30
Replying to @NvdB31 @a7sc11u and 3 others
There have been attempts, some of which you can read about here:
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GreenSock Jul 30
Replying to @NvdB31 @a7sc11u and 3 others
Hey Nick, What makes you think that using GSAP will require 10x more developer time than using something like WebFlow? We'd love to help if there are any particular problem points that you're facing.
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Chris Gannon Jul 28
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