AnimationKit 2.0 Released
By Thom McGrath on
I have finally found some free time, so I decided to release a brand new version of AnimationKit. This new version is significantly changed, and will break existing code. It does, however, include some great new features.
First of all, the Start and Stop methods are no longer needed - AnimationKit will start and stop itself automatically, saving vital system resources.
But most importantly, there is a completely new class structure. The new AKTask class handles the generic code to describe an animation, while the AKMoveTask is a subclass used to describe a movement. AKMoveTask is the newer version of AnimationTask.
The great new feature is AKFrameTask - an AKTask subclass which allows very simple graphic-based animations. Animations such as progress wheels are now very easy to accomplish.
So check it out, though be prepared to update some code.
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