I asked in SO, but no responses so I'm posting here since it's probably more relevant here.
EDIT: SO question closed.
I'm trying to tween primitive data-types the way Action tweens position to create movement. The main reason is to take advantage of the easing functions, rather than hand-code all the easing. This is helpful when implementing things like tweening money counter values (When the teller's display goes ka-ching, you can see the number tween towards the final value.)
Is there a way to directly apply Action or some variant of this onto datatypes like int or float?
Or do I have to cheat by keeping a Node, apply the Action onto the node's property, and read the property? (I'd rather not do this)