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Mazlum Tanrıkulu

Gsap and Angular 9: Unexpected token 'export'

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Hello everyone
I'm getting an error from gsap-core.js when i try to use gsap with angular 9. I have used gsap with angular 7 but now I am using angular 9 and getting this error: Screenshot_1.png.2660c6c4b488873cfbd291f0831d20ec.png
detail:
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angular.json:
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js files and directories:
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app.component.js:
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menu.component.js:
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and using:
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what is the problem I didn't understand. How can i solve this problem. please help me.
thnx a lot

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I try to change the path of gsap to 

"node_modules/gsap/dist/gsap.min.js"

in angular.json and it is working I suppose

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6 minutes ago, Mazlum Tanrıkulu said:

I try to change the path of gsap to 


"node_modules/gsap/dist/gsap.min.js"

in angular.json and it is working I suppose

 

You're importing gsap twice. Either use the import syntax in every file that uses gsap, or add the script to your angular.json file, but not both.

 

When using the import syntax, you only need to import gsap though. There is no need to import TweenLite/Max, TimelineLite/Max, or any of the eases.

import { gsap } from "gsap";

https://greensock.com/docs/v3/Installation

 

Eases can be done with strings.

gsap.to(element, { duration: 2.5, ease: "bounce.out", y: -500 });

https://greensock.com/docs/v3/Eases

 

And you most certainly don't need jQuery.

import { gsap } from "gsap";

gsap.fromTo(".mobile-screen", {
  marginLeft: "20vw"
}, {
  duration: 0.3,
  marginLeft: "100vw"
});

 

👆 animating margins is slow. It would be much better to animate x.  And with angular, you really should be using refs instead selector strings.

https://www.techiediaries.com/angular-elementref/

 

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