Recently, I began writing my series for Tuts+ discussing in-depth how to use and understand TimelineMax by GreenSock. The results of my studies and research has thrusted me from a CSS animation lover to someone that appreciates the fine control achieved with the GreenSock Animation Platform (GSAP). Let’s examine the benefits of this control using a couple of amazing pieces of artwork presented as SVG. Read More →
Tag Archives : GreenSock February 2015
How to ScrollMagic
ScrollMagic is a complete rewrite of its predecessor Superscrollorama by John Polacek.
Like Superscrollorama it relies on the Greensock Animation Platform (GSAP) to build animations, but was developed with specific regard to former shortcomings. Read More →
TimelineMax Stagger Animation
If you love animation and interactivity then I’m sure you’ve probably seen or heard of the GreenSock Animation Platform library commonly referred to as gsap. For those unfamiliar, the GreenSock Animation Platform is a suite of tools for scripted animation. We’ll look specifically at TimelineMax and a method called
staggerTo(). Read More →