Package clock provides a clock and time functions for a sprite engine.



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    var (
    	EaseIn    = CubicBezier(0.42, 0, 1, 1)
    	EaseOut   = CubicBezier(0, 0, 0.58, 1)
    	EaseInOut = CubicBezier(0.42, 0, 0.58, 1)

      Standard tween functions.

      Easing means a slowing near the timing boundary, as defined by a cubic bezier curve. Exact parameters match the CSS properties.


      func CubicBezier

      func CubicBezier(x0, y0, x1, y1 float32) func(t0, t1, t Time) float32

        CubicBezier generates a tween function determined by a Cubic Bézier curve.

        The parameters are cubic control parameters. The curve starts at (0,0) going toward (x0,y0), and arrives at (1,1) coming from (x1,y1).

        func Linear

        func Linear(t0, t1, t Time) float32

          Linear computes the fraction [0,1] that t lies between [t0,t1].


          type Time

          type Time int32

            A Time represents an instant in sprite time.

            The application using the sprite engine is responsible for determining sprite time.

            Typically time 0 is when the app is initialized and time is quantized at the intended frame rate. For example, an app may record wall time when it is initialized

            var start = time.Now()

            and then compute the current instant in time for 60 FPS:

            now := clock.Time(time.Since(start) * 60 / time.Second)

            An application can pause or reset sprite time, but it must be aware of any stateful sprite.Arranger instances that expect time to continue.

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