Basic Core Animation — iPhone

15 Jun

I’ve previously posted something about Core Animation which was sort of incorrect. I stated that a layer’s delegate must be set in order to have a working animation. Well of course I wasn’t correct. Core Animation requires Animation Blocks which can be ‘created’ with UIView. Well what did I know back then! Here’s the correct code to  get a working implicit core animation working:

[UIView beginAnimations:@"Identifier describing your animation context:nil];
CALayer *layer = self.view.layer;
layer.opacity = 0.1;
layer.transform = CATransform3DMakeScale(.001, .001, .001);
[UIView commitAnimations];

And there we have it :)

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