Disabling Animations Heuristics

Checking Twitter the other day I stumble this tweets from Sash Zats addressing some heuristics for enabling/disabling intensive animations in iOS apps:



That definitely resonated in me and made me realised with horror that I have never «bothered» to even consider any of this things before performing intensive blocks of animation.

Below on the thread Marin Todorov provided a link to this checks added to RxAnimated (Here's the link to the specific line of code: shouldDisableAnimationsViaDefaultHeuristics).

{% github RxSwiftCommunity RxAnimated ac3e33b5aa5334f13d930a52c3fc3f341b66e13f %}


From now on this is something that I'll definitely be doing on my apps and would probably keep updating it as more I find more heuristics to be applied to this check. Edit: There isn't much to this blog post other than drawing attention to the heuristics and hopefully raising awareness so more developers start to use them.

Posted by Esteban Torres on 9/25/2017


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