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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To iPad and iPhone App Development by Troy Brant

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All Done

And that’s a wrap for the Animotion application. Full source code for the finished application is available online at http://troybrant.net/iphonebook/chapter16/Animotion-done.zip.
As you discovered, using UIView’s animation block class methods makes adding animations to your application easy to do. Over the course of the chapter, you found what objects can be animated (views in the view hierarchy) and what properties of those views can be animated (frame, center, alpha, and transform, to name a few). By adding yourself as the animation delegate, you can find out exactly when animations end, which turns out to be crucial in the event that you have auto-reverse animations enabled. To top it off, you played with a little toy application ...

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