Regular: the motion
speed will gradually increase or decrease in speed as specified
by the easing method.
Bounce: the motion will bounce back
a few steps when it reaches the end position before settling at
Back: the motion will go beyond the
end position before bouncing back into it.
Elastic: a mixture of Bounce and
Back effects combined.
Strong: a more emphasized Regular
None: no easing, the motion will
not speed up.
Each of these functions must be then be configured
using one of the easing methods to determine at which part of
the tween it shall apply the effect, i.e. at the start of it,
the end of it, both, or none:
easeIn: - The tween
effect is applied to the start of the animation.
easeOut: - The tween effect is applied
to the end of the animation.
easeInOut: - the tween effect is
applied to the start and end of the animation.
easeNone: - no tweening effect is
applied, to be used with the None tween function.
Try each of the Easing types to see what happens!