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easing()

Add easing to CSS animation either by name or with custom cubic-bezier values.

Sass February 22, 2017

Usage

Sass
easing($ease, $custom)

Parameters

$ease
(Optional) (String) The name of the easing to use.
Default: linear

$custom
(Optional) (String) Comma separated values
Default: None

Parameter Notes

Predefined easings are located in _variables.scss within a $easings variable.

To use custom values, pass “custom” as the $ease parameter.

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Examples

Use a predefined easeOutBack easing.

Sass
.example {@include prefix((transition: right 0.5s easing(easeOutBack)));}

Use a custom values.

Sass
.example {@include prefix((transition: right 0.5s easing(custom, "0.190, 1.000, 0.220, 1.000")));}
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    Source File

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    Override

    To override or disable this, redefine the mixin/function later on, or use different class names to prevent this from targeting your element.

    Sass
    @mixin easing($ease, $custom){
        //Write your own code here, leave it blank, or return false.
    }