To update our page when we tap on the toggle we’ll use a State variable. State variables are monitored by Swift so when the variable changes from true/false we can use that as a trigger for animations. Take a look at the following changes.
@State var toggleOn = false
In this tutorial we’re going to prototype a simple toggle with SwiftUI that animates other elements in our view. In part one we’ll learn how to:
In part two we’ll add tap gestures and animations to make it interactive.
First things first, let’s take a look at what we’re building. Head over to this Figma file to look at the designs.
[Originally Posted on December 10, 2014]
One of the great things about Framer is that it supports HTML5 video. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to prototype a video player with simple controls inside Framer Studio.
To start, let’s get a video playing inside Framer Studio with no controls. Download a short mp4 from Vimeo ‐ I used this one.
Once you have your video, create a new fullscreen Framer Studio project, save it, and place the video file inside the images folder. Then copy paste this code into the editor:
# setup a…