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vue-scrollto - Adds a directive that listens for click events and scrolls to elements.

  •    Javascript

For vue 1.x use vue-scrollTo@1.0.1 (note the capital T) but keep in mind that the old version depends on jquery. vue-scrollto uses window.requestAnimationFrame to perform the animations, thus giving the best performance.

tweezer.js - A small, dependency-free, ES6 library for smooth animations.

  •    Javascript

A small, dependency-free, ES6 library for smooth animations. Demo. Tweezer.js is the last tweening library you'll ever need. It provides the building blocks for any animation, allowing you to construct beautiful animations simply and without the need of requiring lots of other dependencies like smoothScroll, countUp.js, and GSAP.

eases - a grab-bag of modular easing equations

  •    Javascript

This is a grab-bag of Robert Penner's easing equations, most of the code from glsl-easings. Pull requests for optimizations are welcome.Each easing has its own file which can be required individually. The entry point also exports all eases with camelCase, so require('eases/expo-in-out') becomes require('eases').expoInOut.

keytime - [EXPERIMENT] keyframe animation tools

  •    Javascript

Modular keyframe-based animation tools. Currently at a work-in-progress/proof-of-concept stage.This does not implement its own loop or play(), pause() methods. It simply allows the developer to retrieve interpolated values at an arbitrary time stamp (which may be in seconds, milliseconds, centuries, or whatever).




postcss-easings - PostCSS plugin to replace easing names to cubic-bezier()

  •    Javascript

PostCSS plugin to replace easing name from easings.net to cubic-bezier().See PostCSS docs for examples for your environment.

PICO-Tween - A small library of tweening/easing functions for use in the PICO-8 fantasy console, inspired by Robert Penner's easing functions

  •    Lua

PICO-Tween is a port of the easing functions developed by Robert Penner. This port was based on the Lua port by EmmanuelOga and optimised to suit the PICO-8 by refactoring to remove unnecessary tokens and making it compatible with the way the PICO-8 handles math functions. Despite being optimised, this library as a whole is still huge. It would be in your best interests to grab only the functions you plan on using, along with their support functions/variables.