Help understanding spring syntax!
I know I saw it somewhere, but can someone point me to (or explain) the syntax for spring()?
i.e. spring (100, 30, 0). What are each of the 3 defining?
Look at the animation docs in framer or on the website.
See spring-rk4 and spring-dho under Animation Curve Options. Note that tolerance is optional. http://framerjs.com/docs/#animation.animation
From the new animation template: Tension, Friction, Velocity (Bounciness, Weight, Wind-Up)
Sweet. Thanks Chris Camargo and Sander Värv. Knew I had seen it somewhere, but couldn't find it again when looking.
Cmd+f is your friend. :)
Not helpful Jordan Robert Dobson Either post.
Well. I tried. I gave you the same answer as Chris. I just didn't do the work for you.
I guess I figured you knew where the docs were Dallas Peters. FramerJs.com or in your app under the docs icon. There is even a search field there. Get familiar with it you'll use it a lot.
Yep. Have since located and built out a custom Dash build and an few Alfred worflow to search docs. All I saw at first was http://framerjs.com/learn/basics/animation/ which states nothing.
and the framer docs in the app does not haveCMD+G to advance to next instance. So I've bailed on using that.
Awesome. Now you know. It's gotten a lot better in the last year. Sorry my initial response didn't point you to the right spot.
Yeah the learn section is far different than the docs.
I use (ahem love) dash as well and would be interested what your setup looks like. :)
I actually have a fluid instance of the docs site setup so it's always available. I'd rather go dash route tho.
Koen - cmd + G in the docs when searching?
Yep. Does nothing on my machine. Finds first instance. And highlights terms, but leaves you to scroll the docs.
Inside the Studio Docs
Koen Bok did all that work. I just built and imported :) https://github.com/koenbok/FramerDash
... with regard to Dash ^^^
Alfred Workflow for quick Docs action if you don't have Dash. :) https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/585810/FramerDocs.aflredworkflow.alfredworkflow
Oh, nice, this still works?
Worked for me. :)