[unmaintained] Javascript Animation Library
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This project is no longer maintained or supported. If you find this useful and would like to contribute or submit a pull request, I will just make you a contributor.

I wrote this back in 2010, when I was a Sophomore in Undergrad. I have not used it or updated it since then. I was an okay programmer back then, but I've learned a lot since then so no guarantees on quality here. I'm dumping this here because I was moving a bunch of old code from my old blog and figured I'd hit this too.

This library became surprisingly popular, especially amongst Spanish-speaking web developers, for some reason I've never been aware. The popularity is probably due to the website intro. The quality of that animation is not really due to the magic of this library, but just a little dumb cleverness that can be done using any animation library.

I highly recommend you do not use this library as-is. Components may be embeddable, but it's slow, large, clumbsy and probably not cross-browser compatible. Original documentation here at the website.

Instead of this library, I'd recommend just using jQuery. Their animation support is generally faster, more compliant, and covers all the use-cases that are actually worth implementing.

On the other hand, if you'd like to improve this, I'll make you a collaborator.

Releasing unsder the MIT License.