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  1. You are right. I tested it and it works!
  2. Thank you very much for answering. Now it makes more sense. I enjoyed reading article you wrote! And again, thank you for great product you have created!
  3. Couple of days ago I discovered Greensock JS library. I am creating a web app with animations. So I decided to give it a try and I was surprised how smooth a movement can be. My first attempt to implement animation was jQuery animate and it was far away from smooth movement. After that I found jQuery CSS transit library which was much better than jQuery animate method, but there was still some jitter while animation. But Greensock beat all of them. I am getting very smooth movements. I understand difference between jQuery animate where object is being moved little by little until destination is reached and CSS transition where library tells the browser to move the object to particular position and browser can optimize the movement because it knows object's origin and destination. But how is this possible that Greensock has greater performance even over CSS transition? What is lying under it's performance?