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does it play nice with Ionic?

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Hi!

 

I have this new project with Ionic and some custom animations.

Does GSAP plays nice with Ionic/Angular.js?

 

And is there any chat/clack channel for GSAP?

Would be nice to have one, especially slack which is getting really popular at the moment.

 

cheers,

Nico

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Hi Nico and welcome to the GreenSock forums.

 

It's quite odd to see so little information regarding GSAP and ionic, seems that most animations are made with $ionicAnimation and ng-animate.

 

I found this article about another 3rd party animation framework working with ionic:

 

http://devdactic.com/ionic-with-movejs/

 

Using that last link as a reference I see no reason why GSAP wouldn't work with ionic. In fact there's a lot of samples of GSAP working with Angular so I don't see any reason to believe that it wouldn't work. All it takes is inject ng-animate to your app and start animating with GSAP. Check Blake's plunkr samples here, you'll find a lot of Angular samples working with GSAP with no issues:

 

http://plnkr.co/users/OSUblake

 

I wish I have a better/clearer answer for you, but I've never jumped to the native-app side of the fence, I'm just a simple front end developer, but perhaps other users have more and better information regarding this subject.

 

Happy Tweening!!

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Thanks for the starting points!

 

I will try it out and if it works I write a small blog post or tutorial or something.

Worked with GSAP before and loved it...

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I've never used Ionic, but it's just Angular and a CSS library. As long as you understand controllers, directives, and ngAnimate, I don't see why there would any problems.

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Ha!!! I was  missing your input Master Blake :D

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Well it sounds like you learned a little Angular during your hiatus  :ugeek:

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Following your footsteps Master...  :geek:

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@luisnull666 please don't double-post. Let's keep the conversation focused on one thread: 

Thanks.

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