Going “Meta GSAP”: The Quest for “Perfect” Infinite Scrolling

I’m not sure how this one came about. But, it’s a story. This article is more about grokking a concept, one that’s going to help you think about your animations in a different way. It so happens that this particular example features infinite scrolling — specifically the “perfect” infinite scroll for a deck of cards without duplicating any of them.

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