When I learned View Animation of OpenLayers I encountered a part of the code that I did not understand.

The source address is http://openlayers.org/en/latest/examples/animation.html.

  function flyTo(location, done) {
    var duration = 2000;
    var zoom = view.getZoom();
    var parts = 2;
    var called = false;
    function callback(complete) {
      if (called) {
      if (parts === 0 || !complete) {
        called = true;
      center: location,
      duration: duration
    }, callback);
      zoom: zoom - 1,
      duration: duration / 2
    }, {
      zoom: zoom,
      duration: duration / 2
    }, callback);

What does "parts" and "called" mean? I changed "parts" value to 1 or 3 and did not see any change. It could also execute this method when I deleted the "callback".


callback is an optional so you don't need to pass it.
Then 'parts' and 'called' is not about OpenLayers.

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    What I want to know is their role in this place. – Epulari Sep 10 '17 at 2:59

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