6 posts tagged with animations

Interactive Transitions

In my previous post, I explained how to create custom animated transitions. This time, I’m going to show how to make interactive transitions.

As a quick review from last time, there are three main roles involved in an animated transition: the from and to view controllers and the animation controller. In a non-interactive transition, the animation controller defines a duration and sets up the animations between the two views. Both views are placed inside of a container view during the transition.

Interactive transitions build on this structure by adding a fourth role: the interaction controller. This new role is played by an object that conforms to the UIViewControllerInteractiveTransitioning protocol.

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Custom Transitions on iOS

This article is the first in a series that shows how to customize view controller transitions on iOS. In part one, the focus is on creating custom animated (non-interactive) transitions.

When using typical iOS apps we navigate from screen to screen frequently. Previously, if you wanted to do anything other than the standard transition animations, you were on your own, but in iOS 7 Apple has provided a new API to let us customize these animations.

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