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Where should you go if you’re in need of more an­i­ma­tion ad­vice? Here’s a list of es­sen­tial book­marks.

The GreenSock Doc­u­men­ta­tion 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.

GreenSock CodePen 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

Chris Gan­non

(@ChrisGan­non) Chris con­sis­tently pro­duces cute and fun an­i­ma­tions that show just what amaz­ing things you can cre­ate.

Sarah Dras­ner

(@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.

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