Godot Easing Script
This library is heavily based off:
#Disclaimer for Robert Penner's Easing Equations license:
Open source under the BSD License.
Copyright © 2001 Robert Penner All rights reserved.
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onready var Easing = preload("easing.gd") func testEasing(): var startValue = 0.0 var endValue = 1.0 var change = 1.0 var duration = 1.0 print(Easing.Cubic.easeOut(0, startValue, change, duration)) # --> 0 print(Easing.Cubic.easeOut(duration / 4.0, startValue, change, duration)) # --> 0.578125 print(Easing.Cubic.easeOut(duration / 2.0, startValue, change, duration)) # --> 0.875 print(Easing.Cubic.easeOut(duration / (3.0/4.0), startValue, change, duration)) # --> 1.037037 print(Easing.Cubic.easeOut(duration, startValue, change, duration)) # --> 1
All easing functions take these parameters:
- t = time should go from 0 to duration
- b = begin value of the property being ease.
- c = change ending value of the property - beginning value of the property
- d = duration
Some functions allow additional modifiers, like the elastic functions which also can receive an amplitud and a period parameters (defaults are included)
This Godot Script is licensed under the MIT license.
- Jan Schulte (http://github.com/impmja)