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create 3d flip using GSAP with createjs toolkit in flash

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I've used greensock before with flash as3 but I'm very new to using the createJs toolkit in flash. So far I've only been coding within flash timeline since it's easier (it's a lot like as3). I wanted to know if it's possible to use greensock to 3d rotate a movieclip with createJs. I would also like to know how to import the plugins to flash. I already downloaded the GSAP files but I have no idea where to start. I'd be very grateful for any help.


I want to do something like this:


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createJS, or more specifically Easel js, does not support 3D, so I do not think that will be accomplished easily.


However using GSAP with Easel js is fairly straight-forward, in fact you can write JavaScript code in Flash that is identical to ActionScript.


I made you a very quick video showing how to use GSAP with Easel js in Flash Pro CC 2014




files attached: create-js-basic-demo.zip

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Thank you so much for your reply. This is very helpful and I find it rather easy to use GSAP with Easel js given that I'm very new to using JavaScript. Thanks so much. This is really great help. I guess I'll just have to look for other ways I can make the card flipping effect. I wanted to do it within the canvas but I guess that's not possible. Thanks again  :-P

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