DMP and Partigen 2 RC1 Now Available

It’s been a long time coming, with numerous rewrites and lots of feedback, Partigen 2 (and it’s motion library) is being finalized. This release packs incredible changes, including the following major features:

  • Tweens/physics performance increase 400%-500%!
  • Both packages can export and import XML from classs
  • Sequence class rewritten with tons of extra features
  • Physics and Tween packages re-factored into new classes
  • New Bases package that provide a base for Primitives
  • Eases are now strings, for XML compatibility
  • Lots of internal changes and fixes

See the full list of changes: Changelog

There’s just a little more work to do and then we’re at a final stable version, so this is your last chance to get your input heard, as the API and syntax is pretty much finalized now.

So stop waiting, and download them now here:

DMP and Partigen 2 Beta 3 Now Available

The Desuade Motion Package and Partigen 2 libraries have undergone some big changes from the first beta release to the current near-final releases. If you haven’t gotten a copy yet, now’s the time to get curious as the API is reaching a very stable point.

This release offers a 200% speed improvement for tweens, due to a small syntax change and internal rendering. The ‘target’ property is now outside of the tweenobject and physicsobjects that are passed in the constructor.

I know that causes some backwards compatibility issues, but I figured the speed was worth it – and again these are beta releases so nothing is final yet.

It’s nearing the end of the beta, so now is your chance to get your input heard. You should download the betas now: and let me know what you think!