Paul Ryan
Oct 13, 2021 ⋅ 7 min read

Animations using React Hooks and GreenSock

Paul Ryan Developer hailing from Ireland. Loves all things JS and also starting to fall in love with SVGs!

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3 Replies to "Animations using React Hooks and GreenSock"

  1. Hello, I love how you lay out everything step by step. Unfortunately, I’m not getting very far. I’m getting “circle is not defined” when I paste your code into your sandbox. Is there something else I need to import? TIA!

  2. Sorry for the delayed response – I didn’t see your message. For some reason, it’s working just fine now. I don’t know if I’ve installed something since I had the original problem or what! But at that time, I couldn’t get it to work in your sandbox, or in vscode on my laptop. It said, “circle is not defined.” But everything is good now – thanks!

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