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  • # January 7, 2014 at 1:50 pm

    Hi guys,

    I have been developing this for about a month and trying out different setups. What I have learnt so far that jQuery animation sucks and CSS also can’t handle well big transitions.

    I came across GASP which improved performance somewhat, however not as smooth as the client expects and I also would like to achieve better result.

    The slideshow is this one – http://zerobrainwash.com/sandbox/pixeleyes/?p=145 .

    It works by simply animating change in absolute position. So if I click on next slide, the whole wrapper div will move to left so new slide is in the middle.

    I know there are many more experienced people on this forum than I am so I would appreciate any kind of help or suggestions :)

    As a food for thought, would it be feasible to try this as HTML5 canvas? Or there are some acceleration hacks which I am not aware of? Performance is especially bad on Firefox which is really unfortunate since that’s also the browser that the client uses.

    # January 12, 2014 at 4:56 am

    Hi mtotie,

    Thanks for your reply. I now also investigated further rendering and painting times of these images and realized that there is nothing I can do to improve them since this is simply how long rendering and painting of full-screen images takes. I guess Flash is still the best for such thing.

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