Where should you go if you’re in need of more animation advice? Here’s a list of essential bookmarks.
The GreenSock Documentation
https://greensock.com/docs A very comprehensive and easily searchable set of docs make getting to grips easy. Delving through them often reveals features and functions you didn’t know existed.
https://codepen.io/GreenSock As well as searching CodePen for pens tagged with gsap/ greensock, it is worth looking through its own CodePen, as it contains simple examples of many of the features available to you.
Who to follow
Inspiration and examples are often the best ways to learn what is possible with the platform.
(@greensock) As ever, the guys behind GSAP are good at keeping you up to date with who is creating great stuff with it, and what is new in the latest releases. Chris Gannon always astounds with his creations using GSAP. Check him out on Twitter at @ChrisGannon
(@ChrisGannon) Chris consistently produces cute and fun animations that show just what amazing things you can create.
(@sarah_edo) As well as generally just being awesome with web stuff, Sarah does a lot of SVG animation, often using GSAP to achieve the effects she wants.