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Description

Perform UIView animations serially without blocking the main thread, using the same APIs you already know and love.

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BRYSerialAnimationQueue

Perform UIView animations serially without blocking the main thread, using the same APIs you already know and love.

Installation

Via CocoaPods, of course:

pod "BRYSerialAnimationQueue"

Why?

The main goal of the class is to make it easy to perform event-based animations (e.g. a user taps a button or a network callback completes). One perfect example is displaying banners inside of an application when push notifications are received. Simply add animation blocks to a

BRYSerialAnimationQueue
instance and they'll be executed only once all of the previously queued animations have completed.

An added benefit is that nested animation code like this:

[UIView animateWithDuration:duration animations:^{
    label.alpha = 1;

} completion:^(BOOL finished) { [UIView animateWithDuration:duration delay:delay animations:^{ label.alpha = 0;

} completion:^(BOOL finished) {
    [label removeFromSuperview];
}];

}];

Can be replaced with something a little cleaner, like:

BRYSerialAnimationQueue *queue = [[BRYSerialAnimationQueue alloc] init];

[queue animateWithDuration:duration animations:^{ label.alpha = 1; }];

[queue animateWithDuration:duration delay:delay animations:^{ label.alpha = 0;

} completion:^(BOOL finished) { [label removeFromSuperview]; }];

License

Available for use under the MIT license: http://bryan.mit-license.org

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