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!
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!
In the previous post we made a custom view and animated it by manual frame animations. We created custom attributes for users to customize its appearance, values, animation time. Although looking nice already, it’s not a finished work. Today we’ll add a TextView to display its value and add an interpolator.
Hey guys, let’s do some custom view coding today and combine with the most thing I like – animations! What we’re going to code is a progress circle like they have in Google Fit app. The most trivial view to draw, though it would look amazing to animate it. Excited? Let’s get started! Continue reading Android Animating Custom View