Android: Using Physics-based Animations in Custom Views (SpringAnimation)

Android: Using Physics-based Animations in Custom Views (SpringAnimation)

Learn how to use physics-based animations in a Custom View implementation for natural looking animations in your app. You’ve used all the standard Android animation techniques, but you find that they sometimes just don’t give you that extra sparkle you are looking for. You’ve wondered how to get more natural looking animations and had no luck …

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Building Responsive / Resizable Android UIs for ChromeOS 📐📏

Building Responsive / Resizable Android UIs for ChromeOS 📐📏

Learn how using ViewModels can help create great user experiences on ChromeOS This post originally appeared here. Supporting ChromeOS devices sounds like a large undertaking with many unknowns. If you didn’t know already, ChromeOS allows users to install Android Apps on their devices. This is great news for ChromeOS users since it unlocks a huge amount of apps …

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Android MotionLayout Tutorial – Collapsing View

Android MotionLayout Tutorial – Collapsing View

MotionLayout is a layout class that extends from ConstraintLayout. MotionLayout has all the features of ConstraintLayout. On top of that, it also provides the ability to easily animate changes to your UI, without needing to know much about UI interactions and the Android Animation Frameworks. Take for example this subtle animation of a view being …

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Android ConstraintLayout 2.0: ConstraintLayoutStates

Android ConstraintLayout 2.0: ConstraintLayoutStates

With the introduction of ConstraintLayout 2.0, there is an interesting new feature called ConstraintLayoutStates. ConstraintLayoutStates allow you to create a layout with different states and switch between them easily. Typically, most layouts contain a loading state, initial state, end state and error state. Using ConstraintLayoutStates, there is a clean way to switch between these different …

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