Todays link is one that I came across recently and I believe you’ll find that very helpful. Simon Skinner (@vultuk) wrote a blog post and published the source code for his implementation of a UIScrollView-like page scrolling layer implemented with Cocos2D. It behaves similar to browsing photos in the Photo application, with snapping and bouncing and all that. See this video:
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I'm Steffen Itterheim, author of Learn SpriteBuilder and the (not outdated) Learn Cocos2D book series.
I started my game industry career in 1999 creating Gameboy titles as designer, followed by working as software engineer on RTS/RPG series SpellForce and BattleForge for a studio that was acquired by EA in 2006.
Since 2010 I'm a freelance developer, specialising on 2D game development for mobile.
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