A function that defines the pacing of an animation as a timing curve.


class CAMediaTimingFunction : NSObject


CAMediaTimingFunction represents one segment of a function that defines the pacing of an animation as a timing curve. The function maps an input time normalized to the range [0,1] to an output time also in the range [0,1].

You can create a media timing function by supplying your own cubic Bézier curve control points using the init(controlPoints:_:_:_:) method or by using one of the predefined timing functions.


Creating Timing Functions

init(name: CAMediaTimingFunctionName)

Creates and returns a new instance of CAMediaTimingFunction configured with the predefined timing function specified by name.

init(controlPoints: Float, Float, Float, Float)

Returns an initialized timing function modeled as a cubic Bézier curve using the specified control points.

Accessing the Control Points

func getControlPoint(at: Int, values: UnsafeMutablePointer<Float>)

Returns the control point for the specified index.


Predefined Timing Functions

Constants that specify system-provided timing functions, used by init(name:).


Inherits From

See Also

Animation Timing

func CACurrentMediaTime() -> CFTimeInterval

Returns the current absolute time, in seconds.

protocol CAMediaTiming

Methods that model a hierarchical timing system, allowing objects to map time between their parent and local time.

class CADisplayLink

A timer object that allows your application to synchronize its drawing to the refresh rate of the display.