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jQuery easing effects http://vanderlee.github.io/easing/
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jQuery.ease v1.0 and Vanderlee Easings v1.0 https://github.com/vanderlee/easing Copyright (c) 2011 Martijn W. van der Lee Licensed under the MIT. A convenient plug-in for easy access to jQuery easing methods and a number of new easing methods. jQuery.ease Syntax: $.ease(<method>, <fraction>); Arguments: method (required) The name of the easing method to be used, i.e. 'linear' or 'swing'. fraction (required) A floating point number between 0 and 1 (set [0,1]) that indicates the current time as a fraction of the total duration, 0 being begin, 1 end. Return: value A value between 0 and 1, indicating the level returned by easing for a begin value of 0 and an end value of 1. Examples: $.ease('swing', .5); // returns the exact middle of the swing easing. Vanderlee Easings The following easing methods are added: random halfRandom quarterRandom eighthRandom chance cosBounceIn cosBounceOut cosBounceInOut twoLightWaves twoWaves twoHeavyWaves fourLightWaves fourWaves fourHeavyWaves eightLightWaves eightWaves eightHeavyWaves sixteenLightWaves sixteenWaves sixteenHeavyWaves twoSteps fourSteps eightSteps sixteenSteps