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Facebook's Pop Framework, By Examples
This project is a tutorial (Check tutorial here) for how to use Pop framework by Facebook. Its very easy and effecient framework that helps you to make decent animation in no time. In this project you will find some simple demoes, they are not big demoes but I promise you, they will help you in mastering the framework.
What is Pop?
Pop is an extensible animation engine for both iOS and OS X. In addition to basic animations including Linear, Ease-In, Ease-Out, Ease-In-Ease-Out animations, it supports spring (at the time of its release, spring animation was not supported in iOS), decay and custom animations:
- Spring: dynamic animation that creates a nice bouncing effect.
- Decay: dynamic animation that brings a movement to a smooth halt.
- Custom: because the engine is designed to be extensible, you can create your own custom animations.
The Pop API is very developer friendly that lets you easily build some realistic, physics-based interactions. For instance, here is the code snippet for creating a spring animation on a text label:
POPSpringAnimation *sprintAnimation = [POPSpringAnimation animationWithPropertyNamed:kPOPViewScaleXY]; sprintAnimation.toValue = [NSValue valueWithCGPoint:CGPointMake(0.9, 0.9)]; sprintAnimation.velocity = [NSValue valueWithCGPoint:CGPointMake(2, 2)]; sprintAnimation.springBounciness = 20.f; [self.textLabel pop_addAnimation:sprintAnimation forKey:@"springAnimation"];
For Swift Lovers
Navigate to this "Swift Version" folder or (click here) to see the full working exmples written in Swift.
Animate UITableView cells selection:
Facebook Messenger Send/Like animation:
UITextField wrong entry animation:
Custom Transition for Modal ViewControllers:
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Copyright (c) 2014 Hossam Ghareeb ([email protected])
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