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Android Webview's performance (Timeline)

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Hello.. I'm a newbie. but I'm a big fan of GSAP. 

 

I have  been used greensock to animate UI in ActionScript.

 

I have a question about android performance!

 

I'm trying to animate 7~8 UI Elements such as 3 Text Fields, Buttons, and Layers.

(7~8 Elements will be moved same time)

 

I have a 3 files. 

 

- pages.html

- pages.css

- pages.js

 

also It is includedgreensock libraries..

 

here is my sample code. (in pages.js)

 

 

var startTimeline=new TimelineLite({pause:'false'});

 

//For 7~8 UI Elements..

var startUIElements1=new TimelineLite({........});

.

.

.

.

var startUIElements2=new TimelineLite({........});

 

startTimeline.add=[, ,, ,, , ];

 

lastly

 

when I click button than

 

startTimeline.start();

 

when I click button one more than

 

startTimeline.reverse();

 

 

sorry for sharing my full code.

 

What's problem?

 

I wish to use greensock library to animate in android webview smoothly.

 

 

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Hello yoshiboarder and welcome. 

 

What issue are you facing? You say "performance" but nothing more than that. Could you please try to create a minimal CodePen demo so that we can see what's going on?

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