In this tutorial, you'll learn how to export launch animations for iOS.
Your animation is ready, and you want to create an actual iOS launch animation.
File > Export > Code
iOS - Launch Animationoption
iOS - Launch Animation template will take a selected timeline and build it into a basic iOS app that contains the necessary views and timing for including a launch animation.
That’s it, really.
You can go home now.
And all your apps can have launch animations.
If you don’t already have an animation, you can start with ours:
The animation looks like this:
The Flow file looks like this:
There are three things to note with this design.
320 x 320.
You should check out our tutorial: Key Concepts for Launch Animations
There *can* be content on the first frame of your animation, it just needs some tweaking to get right.
For more detail, check out how to: Create Launch Animations With Content on the First Frame
Exporting an iOS launch animation from Flow generates a clean Xcode project that looks like this:
For more detail, check out: Xcode Project Breakdown for Launch Animations
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