I am scoping out a project that an agency has done some initial specs for. The project involves a map of sorts, more or less a game map, that you can zoom in on and pan around on. Within the map are interactive elements that pull up information and other media.
This needs to work across desktop, tablet and smartphones.
The agency had recommended that we do two separate builds
- one in Flash for desktop
- another in html5/CSS3 for tablet/phone
I would prefer to do a single build using just gsap that would work on all devices (along with media queries, other responsive techniques). Do you feel that gsap could handle the animation adequately on smartphones? The animation does not seem like it should be very intense - basically tweening objects in scale and position. There would be other elements embedded in the main map being tweened, but we could find ways to hide or fake those until the tweens had completed.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.