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Just used Greensock on js project and it was very nice. The Timeline feature makes animated multiple objects a breeze. I haven't used anything else other the than jQuery animations though.
Angular framework looks interesting, defo one for another time.
Anyone else got any ideas on whether I should be looking at GSAP...will I be able to have more wow factor animations with less effort that JQuery?
Isn't Greensock more general purpose? e.g easier to hook into tweening a three.js scene for instance
If it's just basic HTML/CSS elements then jQuery should be plenty for you
Oh I realise I could use both, not sure how that works thou? jQuery for selecting and GSAP for animating??
Has anyone used either of these technologies for simple html animation.
I have been recently been learning and using jQuery for simple DOM selecting and animating elements (moving around, fading in/out scaling kinda thing).
I have a new project starting that is html build and is will need some animating to make it more interesting. I have been reading about Greensock and it being touted as a better alternative for html animation than jQuery.
So I guess Im asking if anyone here has used both, is this true? is it much of a learning curve to GSAP? Am I setting myself for a headache jumping and learning something I havent used before?