Edge Animate and Greensock

By Paul Trani on November 28, 2012 in Edge Tools, HTML5/Web Standards
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With Edge Animate you’re never locked into any one way of doing things. All because it’s HTML, CSS and JavaScript! Use the timeline or use an animation library like Greensock to programatically move objects. In this video I show how to do just that. Example files I use are available here.

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6 Comments

  1. Ogy December 8, 2012 Reply

    Hi Paul,

    Great tutorial and many thanks for publishing it!

    Any chance you can include download link to the final project?

    If not, any chance you can email me ZIP file of it?

    It would be great to have it and play with it since learning would be way easier that way :)

  2. Ogy December 8, 2012 Reply

    Addendum to my previous post:

    When I requested ZIP file I meant of a final project featured at the very end of your video! :)

    There are some great things going on there and diving into entire (completed) project would be super helpful!

    Please! :)

  3. Emmanuel Mota December 10, 2012 Reply

    Embedding your video with no controls is SUPER annoying.

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      Paul Trani December 10, 2012 Reply

      The WordPress theme doesn’t allow for video controls of YouTube videos. I know. Lame. But just click on the YouTube logo to view in YouTubt with full controls. Thanks Emmanuel!

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