They’re both traditional VI’s. Ting has no sequencer, so you just play it like you would any drum instrument. Or midi program it etc.
Skaka is also loaded as a traditional VI’s but it was a built in pattern sequencer, so you just one note (according to which sound you want) and then the VI plays the pattern locked to your session tempo. You can edit the patterns and accents very easily. It’s a really quick way to add a shaker to a track