How do you then withdraw that XLM to a new Stellar wallet? I have been unable to withdraw from Binance or Poloniex to a new (not yet initialized on the network) Stellar wallet. I am using a Ledger Nano S device.
If you called the decay function given with the library it will cancel further animations on an instance. It won’t cancel the current animation but it uses UIView.animate(duration:) underneath so views should react to interaction as you would expect them to. WARNING: If you DONOT call decay the later animations will still be called.
Hey Nathan. No problem.
You have to listen for PeerConnectionEvent.deviceChanged(let peer, let connectedPeers) and to check the peer’s status. It is an enum with cases for if the peer is connecting, connected, not connected or the current user.
Tried to answer these to the best of my ability, I think it should work for what you are using it for. Let me know if you run into any issues.
Q: do you think there will be an issue with the size of data going back and forth (5 KB to 80 KB)
Hey Nathan! Glad to help! Would you mind opening an issue on the github repository with a few more details about the error you are receiving? You can do that here: https://github.com/rchatham/PeerConnectivity/issues/new. I just uploaded a new build with a fix to the demo project and ran it on my phone and computer with it working just fine. I would love to help you get to the bottom of this.
Hi yes! Excellent point! It is a great api for performing animations. I don’t think one necessarily replaces the other but rather compliment each other. The goal here is to provide a more extensible syntax for reusing animations as well as chaining animations together.
Wrote about something similar earlier today as well lol! Great minds think alike! Check out my post on using data structures to simplify your animations! https://medium.com/reid-chatham/animation-and-data-structures-in-ios-49cc69b8020c#.vzv4dxebo