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    @gamestdio/easing

    This is a grab-bag of Robert Penner's easing equations, most of the code from glsl-easings. Pull requests for optimizations are welcome.

    Usage

    NPM

    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.

    Full list of eases:

    import { backInOut } from './back-in-out';
    import { backIn } from './back-in';
    import { backOut } from './back-out';
    import { bounceInOut } from './bounce-in-out';
    import { bounceIn } from './bounce-in';
    import { bounceOut } from './bounce-out';
    import { circInOut } from './circ-in-out';
    import { circIn } from './circ-in';
    import { circOut } from './circ-out';
    import { cubicInOut } from './cubic-in-out';
    import { cubicIn } from './cubic-in';
    import { cubicOut } from './cubic-out';
    import { elasticInOut } from './elastic-in-out';
    import { elasticIn } from './elastic-in';
    import { elasticOut } from './elastic-out';
    import { expoInOut } from './expo-in-out';
    import { expoIn } from './expo-in';
    import { expoOut } from './expo-out';
    import { linear } from './linear';
    import { quadInOut } from './quad-in-out';
    import { quadIn } from './quad-in';
    import { quadOut } from './quad-out';
    import { quartInOut } from './quart-in-out';
    import { quartIn } from './quart-in';
    import { quartOut } from './quart-out';
    import { quintInOut } from './quint-in-out';
    import { quintIn } from './quint-in';
    import { quintOut } from './quint-out';
    import { sineInOut } from './sine-in-out';
    import { sineIn } from './sine-in';
    import { sineOut } from './sine-out';

    All easing functions only remap a time value, and all have the same signature.

    v = ease(t)

    Where t is typically a value between 0 and 1, and it returns a new float that has been eased.

    License

    MIT, see LICENSE.md for details.

    Install

    npm i @gamestdio/easing

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    1.0.0

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