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How to utilize momentum/inertia in page scrolling?
dmahajan980 posted a topic in GSAPHello, I am quite new to GSAP and I heard a lot of good words regarding its capabilities. I am working on a website where I want to implement momentum-based scrolling as observed in the following websites: https://abhishekjha.me/ https://rekhchandsahu.com/ I spent a day learning basics of GSAP, read some posts on the forum, and did a few Google searches. I stumbled across a similar post, hinting the use of ScrollTrigger plugin. However, I was not able to exactly figure out how to achieve the same effect. Could someone guide me about creating such a scroll experience? (React-oriented solution would be highly appreciated, but VanillaJS-based solutions would also work) Thanks in advance
Become better web designer by using GSAP and PixiHi guys, lately I finally started to create some small project with GSAP (slider, simple animations, etc). I thought it was an amazing tool, so I wanted to go deeper and I discovered some sensational works. My goal is to improve my skills for design better user experience, by making animations and immersive interactions. I was very fascinated by works like this: https://www.sartobikes.com/ In many similar websites, I've seen that developers have almost always used GSAP and Pixi. I tried to do some research to understand how the two libraries can work so well, but I did not find anything quite clear and complete that could help me. What I found on pixi seems far from what I would like to do and what I learned from Greensock I think is not enough! I need to understand where I can start with these two tools! A guide, a series of examples or exercises, a book, something that tells me: "this is the right way to do it". In the last days I'm just grasping at straws, and it's really frustrating. I would love to be able to implement my ideas on the code through this special alchemy! What is for you the best starting point? Thanks to all of you!