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Hello Folks, Been having a hell of a frustrating time trying to combine GSAP with React. I'm fairly new to both technologies. I'm basically doing a fetch request to get data from a json file (public/data.json) and mapping it into a div in the Test.js component. I just cant seem to animate anything thats returned in the response with GSAP. From everything I was able to find online, it seems I need to use useRef() with GSAP. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I've created a code sandbox here: https://codesandbox.io/s/musicapp-with-react-and-gsap-odjxq?file=/src/Test.js
Working on a project whereby a little creativity is called for. I have attached a zip file that contains the results of running forced alignment on a transcript using gentle that aligns an audio file to its transcript. I am looking for a way to "animate" the text as the speech is spoken in order to maximise the focus on the text being spoken as it is spoken. If someone looks away and comes back to it - they should be straight in. It is kind of like subtitles but for audio - except I want it to be as creative as possible. I originally had in mind - simply fading the text in and out whilst scro
I just finished creating 2 minutes animation with ~80 objects. I spend more time then i would we spend in after effects or photoshop, but i can make edits 10 times faster, then in Adobe programs. I already asked about UI and got an answer that Greensock using tweenui.com behind the scene (or vise versa). (I can't use this tool, because it's same "Adobe layers timeline system" that i am trying to get rid of using greensock.) One of the most time consuming thing was in the end - adding new object to my scene. 1. I create div element with a path to image source and id 2. I create var shortcut