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Showing posts with label Animation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Animation. Show all posts

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Window Phone Development Resources and Articles

Windows Phone Tutorial, Development & Programming Blog

1.Dashed Animation Example in Windows Phone

This example shows how you can create dashed offset animation in windows phone. Algorithm: 1.) Create a new project by File-> New Project name it DashedAnimationExample. 2.) Select Visual C# -> Silverlight for WindowsPhone from template section. 3.) Write following into MainPage.xaml: 4.) Run for output. Steps: 1.) Create a project named DashedAnimationExample and set [...]

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2.Expanded Circle Animation in Windows Phone

This example shows expanded circle animation in windows phone. Algorithm: 1.) Create a new project by File-> New Project name it ExpandedCircleAnimation. 2.) Select Visual C# -> Silverlight for WindowsPhone from template section. 3.) Write following into MainPage.xaml: 4.) Run for output. Steps: 1.) Create a project named ExpandedCircleAnimation and set the information as stated [...]

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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Today's iOS Developer Resources and Articles

1. Open Source iOS Control For Easily Making Popovers Using UIViews, Strings And More

An open source control for creating native looking popover views from any UIView, array of views or strings.



You can find the control on Github here.

You can read about how to use the control on the Sherpa blog here where it shows you how to do cool things like place activity indicators in the popovers, and how to respond to gestures in the popovers.

A great control for easily making great looking popovers.

2. Open Source CAkeyFrameAnimation Library For Easier Animation Sequence Creation

An open source library for making animation sequences using Core Animations CAKeyFrameAnimation so you can make unique animations by simply specifying the start/end values and number of bounces.

You can find the project by Soroush Khanlou on Github here.

For more info you can read more about CAKeyframeAnimation on Souroush's blog here.

Another great iOS animation library.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

iOS SDK: UIView Animations

This iOS Quick Tip will teach you how to easily animate objects with UIKit. Whether you need sliding menus or flying monkeys, it's easy to get it done, and this tip will show you how!

Animation in mobile applications can be a very important feature. From a practical, UX standpoint, it can let the user know that something has been changed or moved. From a more entertaining standpoint, it can move game sprites or tile maps around the screen, pulling the user into a fully interactive experience.

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