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Core Animation: Beyond the Basics

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If you want to do more than simple rotations and translations, then this presentation will help you learn some new tricks. I cover chaining/grouping animation and particle effects. Demos can be found here: https://github.com/rob-brown/Demos.

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Core Animation: Beyond the Basics

  1. 1. Core Animation:Beyond the BasicsRobert Brown@robby_brown
  2. 2. What is Core AnimationAn animation framework that is fast, efficient, and easyto useProvides a high-level, layer-centric abstractionNot intended for high-end games Use OpenGL, Cocos2D/3D, Unity, or UDK instead
  3. 3. Reviewing the Basics
  4. 4. CABasicAnimationProvides some basic properties: fromValue toValue byValue
  5. 5. CABasicAnimationfromValue & toValue => Interpolates from fromValue totoValuefromValue & byValue => Interpolates from fromValue to(fromValue + byValue)byValue & toValue => Interpolates from (toValue -byValue) to toValue
  6. 6. CABasicAnimationfromValue => Interpolates from current value tofromValuetoValue => Interpolates from toValue to current valuebyValue => Interpolates from current value to (currentvalue + byValue)
  7. 7. CABasicAnimationCABasicAnimation * scaleAnimation =[CABasicAnimation animationWithKeyPath:@"transform.scale"]; scaleAnimation.duration = 1.0f; // CGFloat scaleAnimation.fromValue = @0.0f; // NSNumber scaleAnimation.toValue = @1.0f; // NSNumber [myView.layer addAnimation:scaleAnimation forKey:@"scale"];
  8. 8. CABasicAnimationCABasicAnimation * shrinkAnimation =[CABasicAnimation animationWithKeyPath:@"frame"]; shrinkAnimation.duration = 1.0f; shrinkAnimation.fromValue = [NSValue valueWithCGRect: CGRectMake(0.0f, 0.0f, 320.0f, 480.0f)]; shrinkAnimation.toValue = [NSValue valueWithCGRect: CGRectMake(80.0f, 120.0f, 160.0f, 240.0f)]; [myView.layer addAnimation:shrinkAnimation forKey:@"shrink"];
  9. 9. CAAnimationGroupAllows many animations to be run simultaneously onthe same layerChanging the duration of the group affects each of theanimations in the group
  10. 10. CAAnimationGroupCAAnimationGroup * group = [CAAnimationGroup animation]; group.duration = 1.0f; group.animations = @[moveAnimation, scaleAnimation]; [myView.layer addAnimation:group forKey:@"group"];
  11. 11. UIView Block AnimationUIView provides a convenient method called+animateWithDuration:animations:completion:Most UIView properties are animatableBlock animation can do anything a group of basicanimations can do
  12. 12. UIView AnimatableProperties frame alpha bounds backgroundColor center contentStretch transform
  13. 13. UIView Block AnimationmyView.transform = CGAffineTransformMakeScale(0.0f, 0.0f);[UIView animateWithDuration:1.0f animations:^{ CGPoint center = myView.center; center.y += 10.0f; myView.center = center; myView.transform = CGAffineTransformMakeScale(1.0f, 1.0f);}];
  14. 14. Beyond the Basics
  15. 15. CAKeyFrameAnimationAllows specific values at specific timesCore Animation interpolates between specified valuesAlternatively allows a path to be specified
  16. 16. CAKeyFrameAnimation CAKeyframeAnimation * scaleAnimation =[CAKeyframeAnimation animationWithKeyPath:@"transform.scale"];scaleAnimation.keyTimes = @[@0.0f, @0.1f, @0.6f, @1.0f];scaleAnimation.values = @[@0.0f, @1.0f, @1.0f, @0.0f];[myView.layer addAnimation:scaleAnimation forKey:@"scale"];
  17. 17. CAKeyFrameAnimationCAKeyframeAnimation * moveAnimation =[CAKeyframeAnimation animationWithKeyPath:@"position"]; moveAnimation.calculationMode = kCAAnimationLinear; CGMutablePathRef curvedPath = CGPathCreateMutable(); CGPathMoveToPoint(curvedPath, NULL, fromPoint.x, fromPoint.y); CGPathAddCurveToPoint(curvedPath, NULL, fromPoint.x, toPoint.y, fromPoint.x, toPoint.y, toPoint.x, toPoint.y); moveAnimation.path = curvedPath; CGPathRelease(curvedPath);[myView.layer addAnimation:moveAnimation forKey:@"move"];
  18. 18. Demo
  19. 19. CAEmitterLayerUsed for particle effectsAutomatically creates and animates particles fromCAEmitterCell objectsMany properties have built-in random rangesAvailable since iOS 5
  20. 20. CAEmitterCellcontents scaleSpeed magnificationFiltercolor velocity emissionLatitudeemitterCells scale emissionLongitudespin redSpeed xAccelerationlifetime greenSpeed yAccelerationname blueSpeed zAccelerationbirthRate alphaSpeed ...and many more
  21. 21. CAEmitterLayer1.Create a custom UIView2.Set layer class to CAEmitterLayer3.Create CAEmitterCell(s)4.Add the cell(s) to the layer.5.(Optional) Add sub-cell(s) to the layer’s cell(s)
  22. 22. Demo
  23. 23. Want to Learn More?Core Animation for Mac OS X and the iPhoneWWDC 2010 424/425WWDC 2011 421WWDC 2012 238Apple Docs
  24. 24. Questions?

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