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  1. I'm back from holidays ! keep working on it, hope in 2 weeks the rework would be ready . thanks, i'll let you know
  2. Thanks for all the help, i finally recreate the issue. But have to be a repo, just have to clone it ( the branch lab-without-react/ no master) and run in your terminal: https://github.com/HectorLS/tibicenas-framework/blob/lab-without-react/ $ yarn install $ npm run dev a tab will auto-open in your browser. Just click in the burger icon to display the modal.
  3. Hi again, yes i used to play with gsap free in Codepen and i finally got a license at my company So now i want to include it in my webpacker Rails + Webpacker for bundle. The Point. Makes more sense for me then to put the gsap folder into my build system ( never in node_modules, because i used to remove his content to run yarn install again in case some package miss a dependency ) If i use NPM gsap free packages import 'gsap/TweenLite'; //OK import import 'gsap/CSSPlugin'; //OK import import 'gsap/ScrollToPlugin'; //OK import But if i
  4. Hello, Maybe its a silly question but i was wondering the best way to get gsap into our project. Because i have paid the license, now i have a src/ folder with all the files. Before that i was using nicely the npm/yarn package for the gsap free version. But now i have to use the local ones ? This doesn't look the best too keep my gsap plugins updated. Am i suppose to check the web for new versions ? Or there is a way to load this "paid" plugins into my project as a npm package. Thanks in advance.
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