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Looks like scaling and will-change issues have been fixed in v59 of Chrome. No more rasterization at a low scale, or jumping at the end of a transform. And using will-change can provide a nice performance boost. Compare the CPU usage between these two demos. In the demo above, you should notice the CPU rise as the image gets larger. This is because it creates a new raster every time the scale changes, so the larger the image, the more the CPU has to work. In the demo below, the CPU usage should be relatively flat as it will use the same raster throughout the animation. While this may improve performance, the overall quality may not look as good, particularly at lower scale levels. EDIT: This is only for graphics. Scaling text is still an issue.
Hi guys, I just an article on the GSAP Blog about the "will-change" and Chrome issue with scaling images and after copying the codepen provided in the article I started to play around a solution that possibly could help lots of devs around. So, if you read this article http://greensock.com/will-change, you will see that the first image get blurry when scaling. I added "transformPerspective" and "z" properties on the animation and the scaling goes smoothly and works well. I have been using it for a while now and I hope you guys can find it useful as well. See the codes modified here: http://codepen.io/fernandofas/pen/jVyEpg Kind regards, Fernando Fas
Hi, following up on a year old topic http://greensock.com/forums/topic/9790-will-change-property/ The will-change property is getting some traction lately, it is supported by 3 out of the 5 major browsers and is considered by MS Edge. I was wandering if any work or research was done about adding support (manual or automatic) to GSAP for this? A nice video demo by a google dev demonstrating the performance implications will-change can have: Thanks Tom B.
Question: Will the new will-change property have any effect/changes on GSAP? Or is this something the library handles already and will only affect CSS animations? Everything You Need to Know About the CSS will-change Property http://dev.opera.com/articles/css-will-change-property/