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GreenSock Workshop Launch Date + Giveaway

Are you waiting for the GreenSock Workshop and wondering when is it going to be launched?

Watch the below video to find out.

What is GreenSock Workshop

In short it is more than 8hrs of GreenSock Tutorials, that will help you to master web animations using GreenSock TweenMax and a few free GSAP plugins.

  • You’ll build 3 larger projects from scratch
  • Every line of code is hand coded and explained
  • You’ll discover the ideal workflow from idea to execution
  • and much more

GreenSock Tutorials

Find out more about GreenSock Workshop in my previous blog post and screencasts.

Do you have any questions? Feel free to leave them in the comments.

Giveaway

To celebrate the upcoming launch, I am giving away GreenSock Workshop to 3 lucky developers or designers.

Entering the giveaway is simple, just leave a comment about your favorite website or demo using GreenSock. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Update: Thanks everyone for your entries and big congratulations to Melissa, Murray, Steve, Fred and Luis, you are the 5 lucky winners of the GreenSock Giveaway. Check your inbox!

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120 thoughts on “GreenSock Workshop Launch Date + Giveaway

    1. alwayzambitious

      Yes I agree Rob, i have been mentioning in the greensock forums that I would break that down when I have time. But yes an animation like that simulates speed to me is very important to know how to do. I also think we need to see how other developers use greensock so kudos to Petr for sharing the way he uses it.

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  1. Jaroslav Horák

    I cannot wait to 30, I need it NOW! =D
    Well of course the best sample is https://ihatetomatoes.net/svg-christmas/

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  2. Andres

    I am waiting for this Workshop…
    Greensock are great and i hope to learn it, and make awesome website…

    The websites that i like make it with greensock are:
    http://marquonslhistoire.com/en/semifinals/
    and
    http://codepen.io/gordonnl/pen/byouf/

    they are awesome..
    Thanks for this new coming workshop…

    I am expected…

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  3. Darith

    Of course I love the original Pixel Ranger, Shane Mielke! http://www.shanemielke.com/archives/usopen-sessions/

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  4. Nathan

    Well this is pretty awesome…freaked me out
    http://codepen.io/caraujo/pen/OVBPNq
    (Don’t think this uses Greensock but could easily)

    And this is pretty fancy shmancy…http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/dPZLEp

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  5. Ricardo Hormaza

    I’d have to say my favorite is http://alfredservice.com and http://flatvsrealism.com as a close second. Can’t wait for the workshop!

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    1. Petr Tichy Post author

      Thanks Ricardo for your entry. Alfred is cool, but to clarify for others Flat vs Realism is not using GSAP, it’s a Skrollr masterpiece 😉

      Good luck!

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  6. Riccardo

    I really loved this Pens:
    http://codepen.io/sdras/pen/dPqRmP and http://codepen.io/ihatetomatoes/pen/VYLMrJ

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  7. jeffery

    Honestly, I’m not kissing butt, but I like your Merry SVG because it reminds me of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Also love the flipping calendar on google calendar. http://www.google.com/calendar/about/ and their parallax use.

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  8. Sam Begdouri

    Since I have been researching parallax websites for my masters, I have found a lot of Google pages very smooth, but Bright Media takes the win by a millimetre. A beautiful concept and wonderfully crafted. http://brightmedia.pl/?lang=en&site=intro

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  9. Andres

    My favorite website that use GreenSock Workshop is http://www.fixedgroup.com , I really love it. Great Job & nice animations.

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  10. Jan Stemberk

    I would love to get to know more about this lib, I am very interested in dynamic response like this http://codepen.io/rhernando/pen/sCgrE or animations like this one http://codepen.io/episodedesign/pen/uHiJm.

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  11. Trigdog

    GSAP can be used with pixijs (http://www.pixijs.com) as seen in this demo which uses Tweenlite and Timelinelite:

    http://www.goodboydigital.com/runpixierun/

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  12. MHP

    I love the bezier game. Great for polishing my pen tool technique. Looks great too.

    http://bezier.method.ac/

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  13. David Robinson

    Hi, looking forward to the course.

    I love http://alfredservice.com

    Like the svg graphics and clever story telling. Looking to create something similar.

    Thanks
    Dave

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    1. Petr Tichy Post author

      Hey David, great point about the story telling. When it’s done right it can really capture the user attention.

      Just to clarify the upcoming GreenSock workshop will not cover any ScrollMagic demos.

      Good luck!

      Reply
  14. Cojocaru Maxim

    I love all kind of web animation and i’ll be very excited to learn to do this kind of tricks in my projects.

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  15. S A Bokhari

    Hello Petr,

    I don’t know any GreenSock powered websites. I Never knew about the GreenSock library and plugins before.

    I’m introduced to GreenSock by your amazing YouTube videos and your site of course.

    So, thats it, I’m inspired by You.

    Thank You

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    1. Petr Tichy Post author

      Thanks for the kind words Shah and good luck with your entry.

      Once you learn GreenSock, you’ll be addicted to it.

      Just thought I would make you and everyone else aware of this 🙂

      Good luck.

      Reply
  16. Oscar

    I like the stuff that they did over at http://alfredservice.com, but their mobile support is a bit of a lackluster.

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  17. Emma

    This is a really impressive example of what Greensock can do: http://codepen.io/Yakudoo/details/aOEeXB/

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    1. Petr Tichy Post author

      Thanks João, really cool. I am actually quite surprised that there isn’t more demos from Chris Gannon listed here.

      Definitely a guy to follow if you want to learn GSAP and SVG animations.

      Good luck!

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  18. Sherrie

    Hard to pick one I truly like so many inspirational greensock pages.

    Here is 2 I like for inspiration:
    http://alfredservice.com/
    http://www.bmw-autosalon.ch/int-en/stand/

    Here is a nice tutorial that caught my eye:
    http://blog.gannon.tv/2012/12/14/3d-christmas-carousel/

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  19. Liz

    I love this demo on GreenSock: http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/kingu

    Transformations that interact with mouseovers – awesome.

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  20. Tomasz

    I really like the gameboy demo;) In fact i’m a PC guy, but gaming is a huge part of my childchood. And creating stuff like that is just amazing. I wish to learn skills to do that on my own:)
    Greetings for your really good job;)

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  21. Iris Shields

    I love this Greensock website: http://mintdesigncompany.com/

    I love it when multiple art forms are combined to make something beautiful..!

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  22. Kenny

    I’d love to be able to make an interactive infographic using GreenSock for promotional purposes. I’ve been looking at all of ihatetomatoes course and have wanted to take them for a while now.

    Anyways, here’s a sweet CodePen:

    http://codepen.io/grayghostvisuals/pen/RNLgJP

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    1. Petr Tichy Post author

      Thanks Kenny, if you’ve been wanting to sign up to my other courses for a while, you wouldn’t want to miss the pre-launch offer for my email subscribers.

      Just saying 🙂

      Good luck with the giveaway!

      Reply
    1. Petr Tichy Post author

      Hey Ainesh, thanks for the comment. Just not sure if you are the right place, not much green stock around here, or are you after some GreenSock stuff? Let me know:)

      Reply
  23. janily

    hi petr
    Super excited about this!i can’t wait to this tutorial .
    here is a cool codepen demo:
    http://codepen.io/chrisgannon/pen/yNxEGR

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  24. ratnesh sonar

    Hey I have Completed all the steps and promoting this giveaway through my social profiles.. 😀 Hope I win

    Reply
  25. Thomas Burrows

    The Skrollr parallax master class was great. I’m looking forward to the GreenSock Workshop. You can view some great examples of GreenSock in action here: https://greensock.com/examples-showcases

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  26. Steve

    There are heaps of cool Pens’ out there. But the US Open Service or The Alfred are my favourites. As they’ve already been submitted,I’ve included some of the pens’ i’ve used to really understand how I could utilise this new framework day to day. Here is an example on something so basic but so powerful for element positioning. http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/rAetx

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  27. Melissa

    I have my fingers crossed! This is exactly what I’ve been waiting for!

    One of my favorite uses of Greensock is this
    http://codepen.io/pyrografix/pen/aBgvo

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  28. Kevin Lozandier

    Really psyched for this class, there’s definitely a shortage of dedicated GSAP master classes on the Web.

    A fan of Petr’s previous animations works that left me wonderfully mindblown on many occasiosn & impressed by his active passion of learning about animation on the Web as much as he can from conferences & workshops, he’s definitely a credible person to learn this stuff from!

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  29. Dominik Gee

    I was quite impressed by the Bézier Game. It’s also great practice for our trainees. 😀

    http://bezier.method.ac/

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  30. Nat Cooper

    So many great examples here! One of my favourites is Mint Design Company: http://mintdesigncompany.com because they’re blending an organic, hand-drawn feel with technology, which I really dig.

    Fingers crossed I win this one – I love interactivity and animations and have been looking for a good Greensock tutorial.

    Best of luck to everyone!! Cheers! 🙂

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  31. Nick Lehmann

    I am following your tutorials for quite a time now… my favourite site using GreenSock is the following: http://www.shanemielke.com/archives/usopen-sessions/

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  32. Ian Svoboda

    I love this site and it’s clever use of GSAP plugins.

    https://kairoswatches.com/

    This is the first site (in it’s previous version) that I saw a quality text-scrambler on. I would love to learn even more about GSAP and I hope I can win!

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  33. Juraj

    I really like this one: http://alfredservice.com/ I really hope to learn it during the workshop :)) Keep up with the good work

    Reply
  34. Ana

    Hi Petr,

    GSAP is the most powerful tool for animation. My favorite is “Howl’s Moving Castle”
    http://greensock.com/?post_type=example&p=5966
    This is a wonderful example showing how GSAP can bring together animation, magic and beauty.

    Thank you, Petr!

    Reply
  35. Joe Ng'ethe

    One of my favorite websites powered by gsap would be http://www.lempens-design.com/
    there are other great examples out there especially the US open one but someone else already pointed it out.

    Reply
  36. Fred

    This is really a great giveaway!!

    One of my favourite sites that use greensock is http://www.shanemielke.com/archives/usopen-sessions/

    Although the site is no longer functioning, as the US Open is finished,
    the animations are amazing and I always go back to view them when I needs some particle/animation inspiration.

    Reply
  37. Paul

    Love the Youtube 10 years website 🙂 looking forward to the workshop

    https://youtube10.withgoogle.com/

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  38. Rick Yentzer

    This is a neat effect.
    http://codepen.io/rachsmith/pen/fBoiD

    But this is really well done.
    http://www.google.com/photos/about/?page=auto-backup

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  39. Chris Boggs

    I like the unobtrusive usage of GSAP in http://dreamandreach.bose.com as an enhancement to the telling of the story. The GSAP anims feel like part of a we ll thought out interface and not disparate demonstrations of animation intended to wow.

    Reply
  40. Moaaz

    Been wanting to learn SVG animation using GreenSock. Thanks for putting together this workshop! Cheers!

    Reply
  41. Michael Gehrmann

    One of my favourite GreenSock Demos is:

    Animated SVG Headphones
    By Chris Gannon
    http://codepen.io/chrisgannon/details/zxWowX/

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  42. Norman Dubois

    Hi Petr,

    awesome work! This demos are soo amazing!!
    I really like this websites and the animations used there.
    Everything is so beautifull…
    For example the hover effects on the menu or the loading animation. Also the old-fashioned design is very cool.
    http://mintdesigncompany.com/work

    This website is also really cool. I like the big images and the modern look. The animations are nice and beautiful too! 🙂
    http://risenchurch.com/

    Or this website
    http://risenchurch.com/smallgroups/

    There are too much nice websites… 😀

    Thanks again for your work !! It’s awesome!!

    I had some troubles with my comment? I used my normal email,but the form said I already posted a comment? But I couldn’t find it?
    So now i used my gmail… I hope that it’s ok.

    Reply
  43. Oliver Rokoff

    Really enjoying this demo by Chris Gannon:
    http://blog.gannon.tv/2013/11/27/3d-draggable-ui-using-edge-animate-and-greensock-throwprops/

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  44. Phi Nguyen

    I can’t wait to learn some Green Sock animations. Hopefully I win :D. Anyways my website of choice is http://www.bmw-autosalon.ch/int-en/stand/ because it’s really interactive & makes you feel like you’re in their showroom.

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  45. Mario Sanchez

    Hey Petr I will love to take the workshop with you!!! So I’m looking forward to win this :D. This website http://marquonslhistoire.com/en/final/ is pretty cool is about soccer which I’m a fan of, and they are using GSAP. Thanks!

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  46. Nicole J Patten

    Nice use of Greensock on this one! http://www.oregongridiron.com/#!/footballhq Looking forward to the class!

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  47. Bhavan Channira

    Hope to win the contest! 🙂 I love “https://ihatetomatoes.net/svg-christmas/” . Love to learn how this was done step by step. Thank you for this.

    Reply
  48. Matt Jordan

    No idea about current demos, but I used to use Greensock back in my Flash days and I’ve been reading good things about the current stuff.

    Reply

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