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  1. If you are someone like me and has ZERO experience with React, Facebook's Create React App, webpack and the sort, you might want to have a read about my adventures working in a live project here. As stated I'm working in a project that uses the Create React App - The idea is quite cool. They hide away the vast majority of the config and common files that end up being clutter when working on a simple project. The upside is that things are super simple and look really neat. The downside is that for someone who has no idea what one's doing, it's very confusing. I will try and put a little summary of what's happening so that my pain can be shared. Day 1: Read this post from cjke.7777 and digest it completely, it's full of very important and useful information. Don't include GSAP in your bundled files, there's really no reason for that. GSAP is hosted in a CDN, make use of it and all of its benefits. Pro Tip from OSUblake, you don't need to do anything else after including the CDN. No 'require', no 'include', nada. Gotcha 1 - The linter included in the Create React App will throw a hissy fit and fail to compile because TweenMax is a global variable. In their docs they suggest two options: 1) Creating a new variable directly from the window Object (please don't). 2) Adding a comment line for the linter to ignore (the lesser of the two evils, in my view). Your tween will end up something like: TweenMax.from(this.el, 1, { // eslint-disable-line autoAlpha:0, }); Don't worry about the 'this.el' bit, I'll explain it later. After all, I still need to finish this project in time. Bonus reading (Also from OSUblake): https://medium.com/@cheapsteak/hi-tadeouy-thank-you-for-the-kind-words-44dfc75190b8 https://medium.com/@cheapsteak/reusing-reacttransitiongroup-animations-with-higher-order-components-1e7043451f91 Just don't worry about using findDOMNode as cjke.7777 points out in his post.
  2. I am trying to get a div to rotate on drag using the Draggable api in a fresh create-react-appinstallation. I cannot seem to get it to rotate. Here is my App.js file: import React, { Component } from 'react'; import { Draggable } from 'gsap/all' class App extends Component { componentDidMount() { Draggable.create('.draggable', { type: 'rotation', onPress: function() { console.log('clicked'); }, }); } render() { return ( <div> <h2>React & GSAP Draggable</h2> <div className='draggable'>Drag and rotate me</div> </div> ); } } export default App; When I press the div, I can see the clicked log to console, but the div stays put when dragging. TweenMax works fine: TweenMax.to(target, 3, { color: 'red', })
  3. Hey there, I am trying to import the `ThrowProps` plugin from the bonus zip. In my file I need the plugin, I am importing this: import Draggable from 'gsap/Draggable' import '../assets/throwProps' then further down: componentDidMount() { const rotationSnap = 360 / 14 Draggable.create('#wheel', { type: 'rotation', throwProps: true, snap: (endValue) => Math.round(endValue / rotationSnap) * rotationSnap }) } The wheel turns on drag, but there is not snap or inertia. Running this just like this I get the following error in terminal: Failed to compile../src/assets/throwProps.js Line 13: 'define' is not defined no-undef After adding `/* eslint-disable */` to the top of the plugin to stop it from complaining, I get this error: Failed to compile../src/assets/throwProps.js Module not found: Can't resolve '../TweenLite.min.js' in '.../src/assets' I then added this line at the top: import TweenLite from 'gsap/all' and changed require("../TweenLite.min.js") to require(TweenLite) After all this, the warning I get is this one: Compiled with warnings../src/assets/throwProps.js .250:54-72 Critical dependency: the request of a dependency is an expression Anyway, nowhere during this process did I manage to get the wheel to turn with inertia. I am fully aware I am either missing something or doing something wrong, but can't figure out what it is. Help ?