10 Replies Latest reply on Feb 3, 2015 11:40 PM by Marsseats

    Why Greensock?

    Marsseats Level 1

      Hello everyone, everywhere i look, in case of getting further in Adobe Edge, i see Greensock.

       

      Also Paul Trani's tutorials...Why?

      Most of the things,..maybe everything can be done with Edge...or do i mis the point??

       

      When i look at the site of Greensock....i see wonderfull, quick and smooth animations...is that the power of Greensock?

       

      If yes, i must study on, it not... i prefer the interface-way by Edge, only, mine animations or not so smooth ;-(

       

      grt marcel

        • 1. Re: Why Greensock?
          Marsseats Level 1

          Anyone?? ...please

          • 2. Re: Why Greensock?
            Zoze Level 1

            Hi,

             

            My opinion is that with greensock you can achieve some results much quicker as in some things the code is much simplified.

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            • 3. Re: Why Greensock?
              Marsseats Level 1

              Thanks, so the engine of greensock should be quicker...

              I'm working in edge with the time-line, how does that goes with Greensock...?

              paste an item, and in the code telling what to do...without doing anything in the timeline...?

              • 4. Re: Why Greensock?
                Zoze Level 1

                yes,

                just coding.

                • 5. Re: Why Greensock?
                  Marsseats Level 1

                  Thanks again...

                   

                  hmmm...how will i start? importing items in Edge, and then do a little animation...saving it, and then try to make animation by green sock?

                  or just import items and then do the animation?

                  ( i watch many tutorials on youtube...but i didn't see how to start, most of them goes directly in code without edge,,, ;-(

                  Sorry, when i sound dumb...but i now totally working in Edge...and it goes okay, but the animations in green sock looks smoother...

                  • 6. Re: Why Greensock?
                    Zoze Level 1

                    ok,

                    first start animating with edge in timeline and start using many time the keyframes in order to do smoother animation without coding.

                    Then try to animate with coding.

                    It is not easy task.

                     

                    Here http://greensock.com/jump-start-js

                     

                    try to do them all to understand how it is working. at least the basics.

                    • 7. Re: Why Greensock?
                      Marsseats Level 1

                      thanks again 2x

                       

                      "last question"

                       

                      i saw the jumpstart...but i'm a null in coding ;-) its hard to understanding..

                       

                      can i make a start in Edge and then change it, or is All-the-way Edge of All-the-way Greensock and coding..

                      What i thought...When i start a simple animation....a square which goes from left to right...

                      and open that .html , to change it with greensock...is that a work-around or won't work?

                       

                      I have made that...but in the .html i can't find / see the line that creates the animation...;-(

                       

                      Sorry for my skills....

                      • 8. Re: Why Greensock?
                        Marsseats Level 1

                        i see, just this...don't know where to start? ;-(

                         

                        !DOCTYPE html>

                        <html>

                        <head>

                          <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"/>

                          <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge"/>

                          <title>Untitled</title>

                        <!--Adobe Edge Runtime-->

                            <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge">

                            <script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8" src="testgs_edgePreload.js"></script>

                            <style>

                                .edgeLoad-EDGE-28174546 { visibility:hidden; }

                            </style>

                        <!--Adobe Edge Runtime End-->

                         

                         

                        </head>

                        <body style="margin:0;padding:0;">

                          <div id="Stage" class="EDGE-28174546">

                          </div>

                        </body>

                        </html>

                        • 9. Re: Why Greensock?
                          Paulcardo Level 1

                          Hi Marsseats

                           

                          Some months ago I have the same concern.

                          If you want smooth animations you need to use GreenSock.

                          and user Resdesign sent me this nice sample of how to use GreenSock, I hope it helps you

                           

                          resdesign

                          sample here:

                          https://app.box.com/s/xxqqnx25i6p5vbn5mzya

                           

                          regards,

                          Paul

                          • 10. Re: Why Greensock?
                            Marsseats Level 1

                            Oke thanks, i see it...

                             

                            2 blocks...which are gonna move...

                             

                            As far as i can see it right now,,,you can setup in edge the basics of the items...and then do the rest in gsap...

                            i'm gonna try it...( the easy way is by edge... wysiwyg..transforming, instead of moving by code (gsap) but i see the smoothness...

                             

                            grt

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