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                <svg width="100%" height="100%" viewBox="0 0 700 700">
  <line x1="0" x2="700" y1="701" y2="701" stroke="#ccc" stroke-width="2" />
  <path id="bounce" fill="none" stroke="#336633" stroke-width="4px"/>
  <path id="squish" fill="none" stroke="#663333" stroke-width="4px"/>
  <circle id="ball" fill="blue" r="75" cx="350" cy="75"/>



                body {
  background-color: black;
svg {
  top: 50%;
  left: 50%;
  z-index: -1;
  overflow: visible;
  transform: translate(-50%,-50%);


Demonstrates the new CustomBounce ease that'll create a bouncing CustomEase according to the parameters you feed in (like strength and squash)
and also [optionally] create an accompanying "squash" ease curve that is perfectly synchronized with the bounce so that you can apply
other complimentary effects that kick in on the bounce (typically squashing/stretching). 

Special properties:

- strength: a value between 0 and 1 (default: 0.7) that controls the bounciness. The higher the number, the more bouncy.

- squash: A number that controls how much of a gap is introduced between each bounce to make room for the "squash" to happen. A common value is 2. Default is 0 (no squash)

- jump: if true, the bounce will end where it starts, meaning it'll act like it's jumping toward whatever value you define, and then falls back toward the starting value.

- squashID: The ID (name) that you want assigned to the squish CustomEase. By default, it will simply append "-squash" to the name you give the bounce. 

In the example, the green line is the bounce, and the brown line is the accompanying squash ease. Play with the strength/squash values and see what happens.

If you think about the physics of a ball bouncing (one that’s really bouncy/squashy), when it hits the ground it doesn’t INSTANTLY go back up; it strikes, compresses (so it’s still on the ground this whole time), then transfers energy back up and takes off again. That's the "stick" or gap in the bounce. The squash.

CustomBounce.create("myBounce", {strength:0.9, squash:2, squashID:"myBounce-squash"});

//the bounce:
var duration = 5;"#ball", duration, {delay:0.2, y:550, ease:"myBounce", repeat:8, repeatDelay:0.5});
//the squish which affects scaleX and scaleY. To make the effect stronger/weaker, just change the scaleX/scaleY values:"#ball", duration, {delay:0.2, scaleX:1.34, scaleY:0.5, ease:"myBounce-squash", transformOrigin:"bottom center", repeat:8, repeatDelay:0.5});

//graph the lines...
document.getElementById("bounce").setAttribute("d", CustomEase.getSVGData("myBounce", {width:700, height:500}));
document.getElementById("squish").setAttribute("d", CustomEase.getSVGData("myBounce-squash", {width:700, height:500}));

//watch the video: