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Talk about JavaScript Easing functions

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  • Want to go over how to do javascript animations using Penner's Easing functions.

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  • Daniel A W.

    I could do late Saturday Evenings or anytime Sundays

    December 12

  • aszczurek01

    sounds fun! And without jQuery, ohhhh!

    July 18

  • Andrew S.

    I would be interested in learning about easing functions.

    I always had fun playing with

    May 13, 2013

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    A former member

    As long as it is on a Monday/Wednesday or the weekend, I'd love to join.

    February 6, 2013

  • Kyle K.

    Anyone interested in learning about Penner's easing functions by doing a few examples? A working example of these would be stuff like jQuery's animations library, like the $.fn.fadeIn() or $.fn.slideDown(), etc. Except we would talk about how to implement these using Vanilla JavaScript. It's pretty cool.

    November 16, 2012

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  • aszczurek0­1

    Game Dev trying to break into Web development.

  • Kyle K.

    Full Stack Web Developer using Laravel, Lumen, AngularJS and WordPress

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