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Android Vector Path Animations Easy

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Using Animated Vector Drawable with path transformation has never been a trivial thing. You need to have the same number of commands in start and end of animation. Which means that just downloading 2 vector icons and telling Android

You figure it out!

Won’t work.But there’s a tool which does exactly that!

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Android Gooey Fab EASY pt 3

Android Gooey FAB EASY

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What’s up, guys? Before I wrote about implementing Gooey FAB with Canvas, but not much in details. Now we’re gonna make it right way. Fully Pre Lollipop compatible! No animated vector drawable. If you like gooey animations or just enjoy drawing with canvas, then let’s get started!
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Android Make Shared Transition Faster And Better

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Hey, guys, Android Transition Framework is amazing, it let’s you add connection between activities and smooth the experience. Just having a shared element in two activities and animating it changes a lot compare to boring page one, page two appearance. And today we’re going to look at how to make it faster and better. Let’s get started!

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Android Gooey FAB EASY pt 2

Android Gooey FAB EASY
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Hey what’s up, guys? In the previous post we made a basic FAB gooey animation with Animated Vector Drawable. Although it was quick, it had some downfalls. The main problem was that we didn’t have shadows, ripple effects and click event handler. Today we’re going to work on those areas! We going to improve a lot from the previous point we left it. Let’s get started!

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Android Gooey FAB Is EASY

Android Gooey FAB EASY
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Hey guys! I have been thinking about making some gooey stuff for a long time. It’s different, it’s cool looking, it’s so amazing! But where to start, how to implement? Obviously, gooey is not in the Google’s Material Design spec yet. Although you can find some shape transformation, as about changing, transforming shapes Google suggests circular reveal as a tool. Otherwise there would be some public API’s for gooey animations, because it is possible to make. And today we’re gonna make some really cool one!Just look at this example of getting an idea of what’s gooey is about. Excited? Let’s go!

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Android Cool Pop Up Animations

Android Cool Animations
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Hey there, today I want apply principles we learned in this post about circular reveal and go further by making cool material looking animations. What we’re going to implement is this awesome prototype. What I like in here for us to learn is FAB curve animation and its icon moving to the bottom of the screen and then backwards animation. If you’re excited about this then let’s get started!

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Android Animation Types Explained

Android Animation Types Explained
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Hi, as promised in the previous posts, we’re going to get into animation types. It might be overwhelming if you just use any animation type like ViewAnimation, ViewPropertyAnimator for alpha, scale etc. It works, because api’s are really simple to use, but you might still doubt about why there’s a duplicate (?) of achieving the same thing. In this post we’ll get deep into Animation Types and will understand the purpose of them.

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