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Ihatetomatoes "Practical GreenSock" Tutorials - Giveaway

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Hi everyone, as some of you might know I have been working on putting together a series of GreenSock tutorials based on examples from cool award winning websites

 

Practical GreenSock is now open for signups and you get also a nice launch bonus (40% off Club GreenSock!) from the @greensock team:)

 

If you have any feedback, questions or suggestions, please let me know.

 

I did run a giveaway on my site that is now closed. I know I should have invited some of the GreenSock fans from the forum to enter but there was so much to do to get the courses live that I forgot. Apologies for that.

 

Let me know "What do you like the most about GreenSock?" in the comments below and I will randomly pick 3 winners of Practical GreenSock.

 

Good luck!

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I like the ability to manage the animations way easier than we would have to with keyframes

 

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Uh everything. I guess the community on this forum, it's very helpful. But more directly to GSAP itself, probably ScrollTrigger :)

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As a beginner, I admire how easy it is to set up a project with GSAP and how quickly you can build nice and robust scrolling animations.

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What I like the most about GreenSock is the ability to produce cool animations using just a few lines of code.

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Timelines and animation overlapping manipulation within timelines!

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The beginner friendly syntax like "from", "to" and being able to easily do sequential animation.

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I love the freedom to create without all the worry about cross browser performance. Dealing with transforms cross browser with CSS animations is... fun. 

I also love the ability to change timing on larger animations in one place (like a master timeline) instead of having to go in and change the timing for every tween when some one says "Hey I think this could be faster!" 

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I'm a lazy man and GSAP good for to create mind blowing animation effects with minimum code in short time.

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I just love it's library and it gets the job done with literally so less code... actually more excited for the bella course..as it blew me away when i just saw a glimpse of it..really would love to get the opportunity to build out that website with sick animations using gsap..!! I really want to make a portfolio website and this looks like just the thing I needed..!

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Newbie here to the forums. I have used GSAP in the past for a few small jobs and was always amazed how simple it was to create tweens on a timeline and control them dynamically. Coming from Flash, which I sorely miss, the code makes sense, but I never got deeper into it. Looking to go back to my animation roots to deliver some great UI for them in the future!

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5 hours ago, batacan said:

I'm a lazy man and GSAP good for to create mind blowing animation effects with minimum code in short time.

Not trying to hijack the thread, but this made me laugh. Honest and to the point. "I'm a lazy man" 🤣 Brilliant.

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We are all lazy @batacan don't worry :).

 

GSAP is great because it lets me focus on coding the idea I have, rather than on cross-browser compatibility and performance.

 

Thanks everyone for the entries, I am excluding myself voluntarily from this giveaway 😃

 

I didn't mention the end of the this giveaway so lets make it 23rd August 2020. Good Luck!

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GSAP for lazy man😀

✌️

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I love GSAP because its easy to use and has a great community.  👍 💚 🧦

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def the community on this forum. so much useful posts 

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timelines, gsap ticker, scrolltrigger and more 💚

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Greensock has been amazing over the years. I remember the olden days of GSAP with AS2 & AS3!! Once Flash died, I was afraid Greensock would have gone with it. But NAY!!! Greensock has blossomed into THE quintessential piece of DOM animation platform-y goodness! I'm just learning to include it with THREE.js also!

 

🔥

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I like the colour and that it keeps my foot warm, not to mention the great eases and helpful documentation and super friendly and helpful community! Even someone like me can get something working!

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I love the fact that even non-developers and beginners with very limited knowledge of js (like me) still can produce professional looking websites and animation. I learned almost everything I know just by studying code from this community. And I didn’t even scratch the surface yet of what is possible with GS!

 

Greensock forum is my homepage for a year now and first thing I read with my morning coffee. I open, save and sort in collections every new post because I might need it later. I follow posts and people that have interesting problems or solutions. Then I check their Codepen to see if they have some more gsap magic there...


I love when Jack and Zack (and other Superheroes on forum)  for milionth time ask someone (like me) to make minimal Codepen demo, but still do it with smile on their faces

(you can’t see it, but you can feel it).

thank you

cheers

 

* not a single emoji harmed in this post

** hatetomatoestoo

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@fogseller Ha! What a nice post. It means a lot that you pick up on the friendliness around here, even when we seem to pester folks for minimal demos :) It is indeed done with a heart eager to help people as best we can. 🙌

 

Ain't nothin' wrong with emoji abuse once in a while. ;)

 

I personally find tomatoes to be...meh

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I just like GreenSock because it has everything I need for web animations in a clear, cross-browser and performant API.

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This giveaway is officially closed. I will announce the winners in the next post. Good luck everyone 🤞

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And the winner is...

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Ihatetomatoes said:

And the winner is...

 

 

Yess! Really wanted this one. Thank you

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