# BounceEase

Easing function with a bouncing shape (see link below).

see

https://easings.net/#easeInBounce

see

http://doc.babylonjs.com/babylon101/animations#easing-functions

## Constructors

### constructor

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• new BounceEase(bounces?: number, bounciness?: number): BounceEase
• Instantiates a bounce easing

see

https://easings.net/#easeInBounce

#### Parameters

• ##### Optional bounces: number

Defines the number of bounces

• ##### Optional bounciness: number

Defines the amplitude of the bounce

## Properties

### bounces

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bounces: number

Defines the number of bounces

### bounciness

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bounciness: number

Defines the amplitude of the bounce

### Static EASINGMODE_EASEIN

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EASINGMODE_EASEIN: number

Interpolation follows the mathematical formula associated with the easing function.

### Static EASINGMODE_EASEINOUT

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EASINGMODE_EASEINOUT: number

Interpolation uses EaseIn for the first half of the animation and EaseOut for the second half.

### Static EASINGMODE_EASEOUT

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EASINGMODE_EASEOUT: number

Interpolation follows 100% interpolation minus the output of the formula associated with the easing function.

## Methods

### ease

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• Given an input gradient between 0 and 1, this returns the corrseponding value of the easing function.

#### Parameters

Defines the value between 0 and 1 we want the easing value for

#### Returns number

the corresponding value on the curve defined by the easing function

### getEasingMode

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• getEasingMode(): number

### setEasingMode

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• setEasingMode(easingMode: number): void
• Sets the easing mode of the current function.

#### Parameters

• ##### easingMode: number

Defines the willing mode (EASINGMODE_EASEIN, EASINGMODE_EASEOUT or EASINGMODE_EASEINOUT)

#### Returns void

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