Simply put, GSAP is the most robust high-performance animation library on the planet, which is probably why every major ad network excludes it from file size calculations. Unlike monolithic frameworks that dictate how you structure your apps, GSAP is completely flexible; sprinkle it wherever you want. React, Vue, Angular or vanilla JS - doesn't matter. Zero dependencies.
The TweenMax file is most popular because it has all the essential tools plus several common plugins, all in one file:
Click the green "Download GSAP" button at greensock.com for more options. Click "customize" at the bottom of the resulting window to see all the extra plugins and tool URLs.
Draggable, for example, is at:
Most ad networks have it on their CDNs as well, so contact them for the appropriate URL(s).
npm install gsap
The default (main) file is TweenMax which includes TweenLite, TimelineLite, TimelineMax, all of the eases (except CustomEase/CustomWiggle/CustomBounce) and the following plugins: css, roundProps, bezier, attr, and directionalRotation.
//typical import;//or get to the parts that aren't included inside TweenMax:;;
If you're having trouble getting a plugin to work, it may be that your build tool's tree shaking feature is dumping it, so try referencing it directly somewhere in your code. For import problems, try the npm path like "gsap/ModifiersPlugin". For Club GreenSock-only plugins, download them from your GreenSock.com account and then drop them into your node_modules/gsap folder or treat them as part of your own JS payload. Post other questions in our forums and we'd be happy to help.
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