New jQuery Easing Plugin

By | October 4, 2007

A new version of the jQuery Easing Plugin has been released.  On the one hand, it’s still the best plugin ever.  On the other hand, they changed all the names.  Now they are a little more “techie”. easeInCirc, easeInOutSine.  Am I supposed to know what that means?  I am sure there is some math involved.  Did mention, I am not good at math.

I guess I should make a new easing demo page.   All my previous easing pages should be broken.  To be fair, he did provide a compatibility pack with the plugin.  But I would rather just redo the pages with the new specs.

To repeat, Easing the best effect on the web.  The BEST.

2 thoughts on “New jQuery Easing Plugin

  1. George Smith

    > Now they are a little more “techie”. easeInCirc, easeInOutSine. Am I supposed to know what that means?

    Haha, you’re not supposed to, but head on over to http://www.robertpenner.com/easing/easing_demo.html for graphs if that helps visualise things.

    The “techie” ones are mostly additional. Check the compatibility plugin to see which old style text maps to which new one.

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