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Here’s an open source component that provides a similar dynamic bending and bouncing effect and automatically applies the effect when a view is hidden/shown called MGFashionMenuView.

Here is an animation from the readme showing MGFashionView in action:

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Here’s an interesting open source component written in Swift allowing you to pop up several different types of alerts for users inspired by the spinning notifications of Google Wear called GoogleWearAlert from Ash Robinson.

Here’s an image showing GoogleWearAlert in action:

GoogleWearAlert

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iOS-Snapshot-Test-Case takes a snapshot of the screen when called, compares to a reference image you supply, and if the images don’t match then the test fails.

Here’s an image showing the plugin in action from the readme:

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Here’s a nice tutorial showing how to create a slick transition between two buttons using Core Graphics in Swift from Robert Böhnke.

Robert explains how he drew the different buttons, used Paint Code for automatically creating code from images for the trickier paths, and explains step by step how he animated each individual line stroke to achieve a “hamburger button” type effect.

This image shows the final animation effect:

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ZoomInteractiveTransition will perform all the calculations automatically zooming in from a view’s minimized location with a smooth animation. There are customizations available, and you can turn on a nice pop back gesture, and plug in your own keyframe animations.

This animation shows the included demo project in action:

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