the function is you can give a start and end point(on left or right its compatible,but not in a horzontal line),and provide a widget.ParabolaAnimateWidget will animate the widget that you provide, from start to end point follow a parabola path.
demo is here: https://github.com/bladeofgod/throw_cart_demo
this a simple tool :), you can realize through this param's name; and clone this demo see more detail.
// rootkey传根部局的可以， 主要用于定位。 // rootkey is your rootWidget's key,it's help for location. // callback这个是动画的回调，会带会当前动画的status // callback is animation's status callback,
if you have some good thoughts about function, can tell me in there, i will add it soon(it's should be a common functional).
add control ratio . default value is 2
change animation's duration time unit to millisecond
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