This is the Windows app named ScrollMagic whose latest release can be downloaded as v2.0.8.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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ScrollMagic helps you to easily react to the user's current scroll position. ScrollMagic is a complete rewrite of its predecessor Superscrollorama by John Polacek. A plugin-based architecture offers easy customizability and extendability. Animate based on scroll position, pin an element starting at a specific scroll position, toggle CSS classes of elements on and off based on scroll position, effortlessly add parallax effects to your website, create an infinitely scrolling page, add callbacks at specific scroll positions or while scrolling past a specific section. Either trigger an animation or synchronize it to the scrollbar movement (like a playback scrub control). Pin an element starting at a specific scroll position, either indefinitely or for a limited amount of scroll progress (sticky elements). You can add callbacks at specific scroll positions or while scrolling past a specific section, passing a progress parameter.
- Optimized performance, and lightweight (6KB gzipped)
- Support for responsive web design and event management features
- Flexibility and extendibility, and mobile compatibility
- Object oriented programming and object chaining
- Readable, centralized code and intuitive development
- Support for both scroll directions (even different on one page)
- Support for scrolling inside div containers (even multiple on one page)
- Extensive debugging and logging capabilities
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