Creating Slide-out Menu with UIDynamics

Posted by: Mehfuzs WebLog, on 03 Dec 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Dynamic behaviors for views (a.k.a.UIDynamics) in iOS7 offer a way to improve the user experience of your app by real-word behavior and characteristics, such as gravity into your app's animation. UIKit supports the following type of dynamic behaviors: UIAttachmentBehavior UICollisionBehavior UIPushBehavior UISnapBehavior In order to know more about this behaviors I would suggest to go through the iOS7 documentation. Here to mention that dynamic behavior can be specified for UIView as well as...

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