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Graceful morphing effects for UILabel written in Swift

Graceful morphing effects for UILabel written in Swift

LTMorphingLabel

A morphing UILabel subclass written in Swift. The .Scale effect mimicked Apple's QuickType animation of iOS 8 in WWDC 2014. New morphing effects are available as Swift extensions.

enum LTMorphingEffect: Int, Printable

.Scale - default

LTMorphingLabel

.Evaporate

LTMorphingLabel-Evaporate

.Fall

LTMorphingLabel-Fall

.Pixelate

LTMorphingLabel-Pixelate

.Sparkle

LTMorphingLabel-Sparkle

.Sparkle is built on top of QuartzCore.CAEmitterLayer. There's also a SpriteKit powered version here.

.Burn

LTMorphingLabel-Burn

.Anvil

LTMorphingLabel-Anvil

Requirements

  1. Xcode 9.3
  2. iOS 8.0+

Installation

Carthage

  1. Add this line to your Cartfile: github "lexrus/LTMorphingLabel"
  2. Read the official instruction

CocoaPods

  1. Install the latest release of CocoaPods: gem install cocoapods
  2. Add this line to your Podfile: pod 'LTMorphingLabel'
  3. Install the pod: pod install

Usage

  1. Change the class of a label from UILabel to LTMorphingLabel;
  2. Programmatically set a new String to its text property.

Unit tests

Open the project with Xcode then press command + u.

GitHub