Instructor: 00:00 the first thing we'll do is import the animated library from React Native. We'll then go ahead and create a new component called Image Loader, which extends component. We'll then initialize it with some state. That state's going to be opacity, and we'll set that to a new animated.value and set that initially to zero.
00:21 We'll then set up a new function called unload, and inside of this unload, we're going to call "Animated.timing." We'll say we want to modify this.state.opacity. Then, we need to pass a configuration to the second argument of animated.timing. We'll set a to-value of one. We'll set a duration of 500 milliseconds.
01:07 We'll then use the spread operator to pass any of the props that are typically passed to an image component to our animated image. Finally, we'll start setting up our styles. We'll use an array to pass our styles so that we can go ahead and pass all of the existing styles, as well.
01:22 First, we'll have an object in which we'll set the opacity, which we'll pull from this.state.opacity. We'll then set up a transform through which we'll actually modify the scale of the image, which again, we'll use this.state.opacity. This time, we'll call .interpolate on it, and we'll say the input range is zero to one, which we're setting in our state.
01:43 We'll then set the output range, which will be from 085 when the input's at 0to a final value of 1. Finally, we want to make sure we that pass in all of the user supply's styles to the image as well.
01:55 We can then go ahead and take our image loader component and replace the image component that we're already using. When we save this, you can see that the image now fades in and scales in as it's loading...