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jwilling.com

Age: 20

Hi, I'm Jonathan. I dived into iOS programming at the end of 2010 with absolutely no experience. From then on, I learned mostly by answering and asking questions here on Stack Overflow and from personal projects.

I love Core Animation, and most of my open source projects involve it in some way or another. Some call me a fanatic; I consider myself an enthusiast.


GitHub: https://github.com/jwilling
Twitter. https://twitter.com/willing
Blog: http://jwilling.com

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comment How to animate layer shadowOpacity?
@JoeBlow: Correct, that's why I wrote that the code I posted doesn't work. You'll have to use Core Animation directly, since UIView doesn't provide an implicit animation for it.
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Excellent answer, thank you!
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comment CALayer zPosition ordering with extremely large values
From my testing (and from others) it seems like values at or above 2^24 seem to be behaving unexpectedly, at least on OS X. Values less than that function as intended.
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comment CALayer zPosition ordering with extremely large values
I probably should have mentioned I was testing this on OS X.
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comment CALayer zPosition ordering with extremely large values
From what I can tell, rounding issues don't seem to be occurring, unless I'm missing something obvious.
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