Learn how to add the final touches to your Timbre layout by creating a really cool parallax effect.
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Mic Pringle is a developer, editor, podcaster, and video tutorial maker. He's also Razeware's third full-time employee. When not knee-deep in Swift or stood in-front of his green screen, he enjoys spending time with his wife Lucy and their daughter Evie, as-well as attending the football matches of his beloved Fulham FC. You can find Mic on Twitter, GitHub, and Stack Overflow.
Learn how to use a container view and view clipping to extend the bounds of the image view so that the image fills the entire cell leaving no white space.
Learn how to rotate the cells and inset the frames slightly so they stay within the bounds of the collection view for a layout like that seen in Timbre.
Learn how to implement a cool effect so that as the user scrolls the next cell snaps into place as it becomes the featured cell.
Learn how to reveal more of the photo as the cell transitions from standard to featured cell and change the opacity so the featured cell appears vibrant.
Learn the how to create a layout like Ultravisual so that as the user scrolls, the next standard size cell morphs to become the large featured cell.
Learn how to create a new type of layout, sticky headers, by following three rules.
Learn how to implement a maximum stretch limit for images in your stretchy header to have a more polished look when the user scrolls.
Learn how to add the appearance of depth to your header as the user scrolls – a really nice look that’s easy to implement!
Learn how to implement a stretchy header similar to that of the DIY Skills for Kids app.