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Page transition in React

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Sure, you can animate pretty much ANYTHING with GSAP. But we don't have the resources to dissect that exact effect and build a whole tutorial for you. It looks like there's an article at https://tympanus.net/codrops/2018/11/12/page-flip-layout/, although they don't really explain everything in detail. 


If you have any GSAP-specific questions, we'd be happy to help. 

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Yep, Jack is right. That is a bit complex to do.


I didn't checked the article but for what I saw, they're using a simple object on top of each image with the same background color, that hides the images and then is translated to create the reveal effect (at first I thought it could be mask clip, but since it has such a limited browser support they went this route).


Also inspecting the demo I found some familiar updates in the inline transitions and it turns out that they're using GSAP for this:




Finally for using GSAP with React some fella around here, that has everyone fooled thinking He is good at using React with GSAP, wrote an article about it:




Happy Tweening!!!

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