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TweenLite with TypeScript?

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Hi,

I've downloaded http://greensock.com/tweenlite and implemented the TweenLite.js within my index.html.

Then I've downloaded https://github.com/DefinitelyTyped/DefinitelyTyped/blob/master/greensock/greensock.d.ts and referenced the file within my .ts file.

So I'm able to call a TweenLite.to(myMesh, 2, {y:20});

But it doesn't do anything and I also don't get an error. Another question is: the property "y" is not defined for ma mesh because it's a property of "maMesh.position". So should I write TweenLite.to(myMesh.position, 2, {y:20}); ?

How do you tween Objects with TypeScript?

Btw.: I think that the Animation-Class of babylon is too hard to use for my needs.

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24 minutes ago, jellix said:

How do you tween Objects with TypeScript?

The same way you tween objects with javascript.

25 minutes ago, jellix said:

So should I write TweenLite.to(myMesh.position, 2, {y:20});

This makes sense to me.  Did you not try it?

If you don't have any luck here you might want to go here:

http://greensock.com/forums/forum/11-gsap/

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