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There are 3 episodes with tag 'transitions'   Clear search
  • Instance selection UI and transitions

    #549

    macOS Mastodon Client

    The first step to use Mastodon is to select your instance. You can browse a public timeline of that instance or you can log into that instance to see your own timeline. In this episode we will create a simple instance selection UI. We'll then use animated transitions to switch to the timeline view. Gui teaches us a new tip about debugging animations.

  • Interactive Magic Move

    #173

    In this episode we take the Magic Move transition from last week's episode and make interactive, so that you can feel the transition along with your swipe.

  • Magic Move

    #172

    In this episode we'll create a custom view controller animation that mimics the Magic Move behavior from keynote, taking one object and animating into its place on the next slide (or view controller).