A friend showed me animations from Stripe Checkout and asked: "how could we implement that on iOS?"
Quite simply, Core Animation is very powerful and if one learns how to harness that power, they do not need write a lot of code.
Dissecting different animations
Perfection is not something one can truly achieve, so it’s very smart that one of the best meditation services called Headspace is using an imperfect dot as their brand logo.
If you ever used their iOS app, you can notice how their dot slightly deforms, captivating
Reproducing above effect is very simple with CAShapeLayer and CoreAnimation...
Since I wanted get back to blogging and learn more Swift, I've decided to implement some of Dribble top UIX interactions on iOS.
Let's see how I've reproduced 'Floating burger 2.0 by Eddie Lobanovskiy'
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Boeing made a nice app for iPad
I was shown this app and asked if it’s hard to do this pinch to reveal animation.
It’s actually quite easy to do with CoreAnimation.
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Let’s take a look at how
You’ve probably seen Paper, the app is pretty cool and the drawings look really nice and smooth.
I’m working on my personal app that needs something similar, and after doing some research I’ve not seen a proper solution.
So I wrote one.
If you play with
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