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Is there an official guide on how to develop plug-ins?

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Although there are already many official plugins available, you will still encounter situations where you want to integrate other third-party libraries such as: three.js, p5.js, and other webgl, canvas libraries. So I don’t know if the official can provide a guide to developing a gsap plugin? 

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Well there's this



And the TEMPLATE_Plugin.js file has some comments



But I don't really understand how it works. Every plugin looks really different, some use set, some don't.


I want @Carl to make some videos showing how to make a couple plugins. 


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Yep, the TweenPlugin template is probably the best place to look. But as I work on 2.0.0, beware that the structure may change with that release. Nothing is totally nailed down yet - just giving you fair warning. For now, though, it's totally fine to base your plugin on what you see in that template. 

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