Animate UIView with 25+ timing functions. (Bounce, elastic, exponential, etc.)
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MTAnimation

Animate UIView/NSView with 25+ timing functions. (Bounce, elastic, exponential, etc.)

Allows you to animate views in your app in the way you're familiar with (e.g. [UIView animateWithDuration:animations:]) but adds 25+ easing functions (from jQuery) to make your animations more visceral.

Advantages:

  • Methods very similar to Apple's API.
  • No Swizzling.
  • No need to mess with keypaths, just change the properties on UIView and you're golden.
  • Proper transform matrix interpolation, so rotations look correct.
  • Install with cocoapods.
  • Category methods prefixed.

Installation

In your Podfile, add this line:

pod "MTAnimation"

Then add the import:

// Same import for both iOS/OSX
#import <UIView+MTAnimation.h>

Preview

Animation Sample

Example App

iOS

  • Clone the repo (or download the zip) and run the iPad demo app to play around.

OSX

  • Download and run a developer signed Mac Example

  • Clone the repo (or download the zip) and build & run the mac app yourself.

Example Usage

Similar to the UIKits animation methods but you must supply an array of all the views you will be animating and an easing function.

[UIView mt_animateWithViews:@[view]
                   duration:0.25
             timingFunction:kMTEaseOutBack
                 animations:^{
                     CGRect r             = _logoImageView.frame;
                     r.origin.x           = 50;
                     _logoImageView.frame = r;
                 }];

You can animate:

UIView/NSView - frame
UIView/NSView - bounds
UIView        - center
UIView/NSView - alpha
UIView        - transform (CGAffineTransform)
CALayer       - transform (CATransform3D)

You can cut an animation into parts (using the range param). You might use this to swap the view half way through a flip animation:

_logoImageView.image = [UIImage imageNamed:@"logo"];
[UIView mt_animateWithViews:[view mt_allSubviews]
                   duration:0.25
                      delay:0
             timingFunction:kMTEaseOutBack
                      range:MTMakeAnimationRange(0, 0.135)
                    options:0
                 animations:^{
                     CGFloat radians                 = mt_degreesToRadians(_endRotation);
                     _logoImageView.layer.transform  = CATransform3DMakeRotation(radians, 0, 1, 0);
                 } completion:^{
                     _logoImageView.image = [UIImage imageNamed:@"logo-flip"];
                     [UIView mt_animateWithWithViews:[view mt_allSubviews]
                                            duration:0.25
                                               delay:0
                                      timingFunction:kMTEaseOutBack
                                               range:MTMakeAnimationRange(0.135, 1)
                                             options:0
                                          animations:^{
                                              CGFloat radians                 = mt_degreesToRadians(_endRotation);
                                              _logoImageView.layer.transform  = CATransform3DMakeRotation(radians, 0, 1, 0);
                                          } completion:^{
                                          }];
                 }];

This code will animate until the image is sideways, then swap out the image view's image and continue the animation so it looks like it has a backside.

Notes

  • The view you animate must be layer backed. See [NSView setWantsLayer:].

Author

Adam Kirk (@atomkirk)

Contributing

I have TODO: comments on stuff I need some help with, so feel free.

Credits

Inspired by Nocho Soto's NSBKeyframeAnimation Library

Code extracts from Ivan Vu�ica & Amr Aboelela work on CAAnimation

Easing functions from jQuery

License

Copyright (c) 2010 Mysterious Trousers, LLC (http://www.mysterioustrousers.com)

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