I’ve mentioned a number of libraries for easing UIKit animation most recently an interesting library allowing you to implement a large number of animations in the Xcode Storyboards tool.
Here’s a library that allows you to easily create UIView animations that run without blocking the main thread called BRYSerialAnimationQueue. Running animations serially can be tricky, and with BRYSerialAnimationQueue everything is done for you with only minor changes to your UIView animation syntax.
As the readme states:
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.
You can find BRYSerialAnimationQueue on Github here.
A nice library for running animations serially without any major code changes.
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