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Android library to control Transition animates. A simple way to create a interactive animation.

Java
Updated 06 Nov 2020

Neat library, that provides a simple way to implement guillotine-styled animation

Java
Updated 14 Nov 2020

A library for dynamic view-to-view transitions

Kotlin
MIT License
Updated 15 Nov 2020

:octocat: ≡ GarlandView seamlessly transitions between multiple lists of content. Made by @Ramotion

Java
MIT License
Updated 15 Nov 2020

Android library that provides the floating action button to sheet transition from Google's Material Design.

Java
MIT License
Updated 19 Nov 2020

A small android library to transition between a circular ImageView from one Activity to a rectangular ImageView in the launched Activity.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 11 Nov 2020

Android library to realize the various states and transitions in a ProgressBar.

Java
Updated 19 Nov 2020

Android Library to make a flowing gradient effect, similar to that used in Instagram Android login screen

Java
Updated 13 Nov 2020

A library for easily transitioning between sibling TextViews.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 22 Sep 2020

Lightweight Android library for cool activity transition animations

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 05 Nov 2020

Navigation pattern like in Google News Stand app with transitions

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 17 Nov 2020

An Android Library to implement shared element transition on your images.

Java
Updated 01 Nov 2020

A library for animated rating view in Android apps.

Kotlin
Apache License 2.0
Updated 21 Nov 2020

A cool transition animations library

Java
Updated 29 Mar 2019

A lightweight and easy to use Android library that provides many activity transition animations.

Java
MIT License
Updated 09 Nov 2020

AndroidGradientUI library can help you to create transition of UI gradually.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 08 Sep 2020

A compat library of android shared-element transition for lower api.

Java
Updated 23 Nov 2020

This is an Android Library for bottom view with custom transition.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 04 Mar 2020

A quick reference guide for Android development.

Java
Updated 21 Nov 2020

Utility library to make working with Android Transition API easier

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 30 Jan 2017

RoundingImageView that supports any transitions

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 07 Mar 2020

Android Blurred ImageSwitcher Library

Kotlin
MIT License
Updated 18 Nov 2020

This is attempt to backport Android's scene transition library into a support package.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 05 Mar 2017

This Android library gives a transition of gradient of shades of given color in background of a layout. Just like an Instagram Background.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 22 Apr 2020

Android 一个动画TransitionSupportLibrary Library

Java
Updated 24 Jul 2018

Samples for android support library. (AppLaunchChecker, activity transitions, fragment transitions, ...)

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 02 Oct 2017

Animation library for Android's Activity transition

Java
Updated 16 Sep 2019

😃Square emoticon with transitions for Android

Kotlin
Updated 21 Oct 2019

Simple Android Library for making transition animations between activity

Kotlin
Apache License 2.0
Updated 02 Jul 2020

Sample application for the Android Jetpack Navigation Library shared element transition

Kotlin
Updated 06 Jul 2019

Android library that implements progress view with states and transitions between them.

Kotlin
Updated 27 Oct 2020

This library implements the floating action button to sheet transition as per the Google’s Material Design documentation. It can be used with any Floating Action Button Library from Android API level 14.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 27 Dec 2018

View Transition Library - Make your android app stunning with animations Inpired by Material Design Animations

Java
MIT License
Updated 19 Dec 2017

Library to animate Views, Activities, Fragments transitions for Android Apps

Java
Updated 07 Nov 2020

Library with extensions for simple transition animations between Activities

Kotlin
MIT License
Updated 30 Apr 2018

A library with methods for transitioning between Bitmaps (Android)

Java
Updated 19 Dec 2015

TransAct - Android Activity Transition library for android application

Java
Updated 04 Feb 2020

Android library for sliding views and fragments with default indicators and view transitions :ocean:

Java
Updated 01 Oct 2019

State machine written in Kotlin. This library uses DSL syntax and have conditional transitions support.

Kotlin
MIT License
Updated 20 Nov 2020

Example app with transitioning screens and using external libraries for CS-446 class.

Java
MIT License
Updated 05 May 2018

ColorAnimator is a color transition animation library for android

Kotlin
Apache License 2.0
Updated 25 Jul 2019

Analytics library transition from eclipse to Android Studio

Java
Updated 08 Feb 2014

Native android solution using MotionLayout. Android custom progress button with anim and transition to another state. No need to connect the third-party library.

Kotlin
Apache License 2.0
Updated 10 Oct 2020

A core utils library for Android, including transition, shared preference, validation

Java
Updated 09 Jan 2019

A library for implementing complex animations and transition elements to Android apps.

Java
MIT License
Updated 29 May 2019

Android library that provides the floating action button to sheet transition from Google's Material Design.

Java
MIT License
Updated 07 Feb 2019

Android library for animated transition of numbers using animated vector drawables and morphing.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 28 Mar 2018

Android library to realize the various states and transitions in a ProgressBar.

Java
Updated 13 Sep 2017

Example Android app using the 500px API. Uses multiple libraries, shows off some material design, activity transition animations, list animations, snackbars, etc etc

Java
Updated 06 Aug 2015

Navigation components is the library that simplifies the navigation, Deeplink issues and back stack problems in Android development

Kotlin
Updated 07 Sep 2020

A simple FSM library for Android that supports context-based FSM instances, state / transition history, and simple to use builder-pattern constructors with state exit / enter event callbacks.

Java
Updated 26 Oct 2015

This Android Application was designed with the intent to help traditional web developers easily make the transition over to android development. My goal in writing this is to give developers all of the tools they needs to create a business/social app. Within 10 minutes you can make this project your own and are coding your custom business logic, not spending hours/days setting up your app, framework and libraries.

Java
Updated 10 Mar 2016

Sidebar-Drawer-Nav is a library build on Android DrawerLayout Support library as Parent Class, to provide animations, transitions, and custom behavior. If you are using native navigation drawer component you can easily switch to use Sidebar-Drawer_Nav library by just changing the layout's parent Tags and call the necessary method for animations/effects.

Java
GNU General Public License v3.0
Updated 31 Mar 2020

Android Tutorial 1. Android Studio Tutorial 2. Android Studio Overview 3. Android Intent 4. Android Spinner 5. Android ListView 6. Android Fragment Lifecycle 7. Android Passing Data between Fragments 8. Android WebView 9. Android ActionBar 10. Android Custom ActionBar 11. Android Animation 12. Android Capture Image 13. Android Custom Fonts 14. Android Location API GPS Tracking 15. Android Location Google Play Services 16. Android Increase Gradle Build Speed 17. Android NavigationView 18. Android SearchView 19. Android GridLayoutManager 20. Android MVP 21. Android Picasso 22. Android Internal Storage 23. Android External Storage 24. Android Shared Preferences 25. Android SQLite 26. Android Notification 27. Android AlertDialog 28. Android GridView 29. Android Gallery View 30. Android ProgressDialog 31. Android AsyncTask 32. Android BroadcastReceiver 33. Android ListView Custom Adapter 34. Android ViewFlipper 35. Android ButterKnife 36. Android Non Scrollable ListView 37. Android JSONObject 38. Android XML Parser 39. Android Runtime Permissions 40. Android Data Binding 41. Android Data Binding Advanced 42. Retrofit Android 43. OkHttp Android 44. Android Login Registration App 45. Android Interview Questions 46. Android Multi Search 47. Android Layout LinearLayout 48. Android FrameLayout AbsoluteLayout 49. Android ScrollView TableLayout 50. Android Navigation Drawer 51. Android CollapsingToolbarLayout 52. Android ImageView 53. Android TextSwitcher ImageSwitcher 54. Android AutoCompleteTextView 55. Android ProgressBar 56. Android SeekBar RatingBar 57. Android Toggle Button, Switch 58. Android Countdown Timer 59. Android ExpandableListView 60. Android Date Time Picker 61. Android Radio Button 62. Android Floating Widget 63. Android Checkbox 64. Android CardView RecyclerView 65. Android RecyclerView with Dividers 66. Android ViewPager 67. Android Drag Drop 68. Android Floating Action Button 69. Android SnackBar 70. Android Swipe Refresh 71. Android Shared Element Transition Animation 72. Android ConstraintLayout 73. Android ConstraintLayout Example 74. Android TextInputLayout 75. Android Percent Layout 76. Android Google Maps 77. Android Google Maps Example Tutorial 78. Google Static Maps 79. Android Google Maps Current Location 80. Android Google Map Route Drawing 81. Google Places API Welcome to Retrofit Android Example Tutorial. Today we’ll use the Retrofit library developed by Square to handle REST API calls in our android application. Table of Contents [ hide ] 1 Retrofit Android 2 OkHttp Interceptors 3 Setting Up the Retrofit Interface 4 Retrofit Android Example Project Structure Retrofit Android Retrofit is type-safe REST client for Android and Java which aims to make it easier to consume RESTful web services.

Java
Updated 07 Sep 2020

developed on the basis that most fans of the NFL predict what their team's record will be at the end of the season. I gave them a way to go through each opponent and decide whether they will win or lose that game. Every fan does it i have done it multiple times every season. Developed for android API 16-21 the UI format uses a drawer layout to display the 32 teams in a listview layout. The user selects the desired team and a fragment transition loads the specific team data from a file packaged with the APK. Each game is presented with a custom button interface that allows a single click to transition from Win / Loss. when the user selects a game condition the record will be displayed at the top of the fragment view. The user is given an option to share what he/she has decided to other users via other apps that take a receive data intent. The application uses the v7 support library(app compact) with newly android lollipop to enhance and give the feel of the material design provided from the new android API 21.

Java
Updated 28 Apr 2015

Present users with a grid arrangement of movie posters upon launch. Allow users to change sort order via a setting: The sort order can be by most popular or by highest-rated (movie data fetched from the Internet with the MovieDB API) or by favorite movies (movie data fetched from the local database). Allow users to choose enabling offline use or not via a setting: When enabling offline use is checked, movie posters and movies' basic information will be saved to users' local app cache folder for future offline usage, and will be automatically updated approximately every 24 hours. Created three tables (Movie, Trailer, Review) in one local database. Implemented Content Provider to access the database to fetch favorite movies data. Allow users to tap on a movie poster and transition to a detail screen with additional information such as: original title / movie poster image thumbnail / a plot synopsis / user rating / release date / trailers / reviews. Allow users to view and play trailers via an Intent either to launch in Youtube app or a web browser (if Youtube app isn't installed on the user's phone). Allow users to mark a movie as a favorite in the details view by tapping the star floating action button. Allow users to delete a movie from the favorite movie database by tapping the star button again. Color grey on the star indicates the movie is not stored in the database. To display the details requires an API request. Color yellow on the star indicates the movie is stored in the database (including trailers and reviews). To display the details does not require an API request. Implemented sharing functionality to allow the user to share the first trailer's Youtube URL from the movie details screen. Allow users to interact with the app via a widget: When click the widget title, the app main screen opens directly. When click one of the widget movies' list, the clicked movie detail screen opens directly. Implemented deep links, so that when users go back from one movie's detail screen, it will come back to the app's main screen instead of jumping out of the app directly. Allow users to get a highest-rated popular movie notification every day. Incorporated libraries to simplify the amount of code, such as: Using Picasso to fetch images and load them into views. Using RecyclerView and ConstraintLayouts to implement efficient layout design. Used adapters and viewholders to populate list views. Used databinding to populate details views. Support custom layout-land design to use up white spaces when the phone is rotated to landscape mode. Support different dimensions on Android tablets. Support default language: English and another language: Chinese. Support accessibility for vision-limited users. Stored all the strings in string.xml. Stored all the dimens in dimens.xml.

Java
Updated 07 Jun 2020

Project Overview Project Overview Most of us can relate to kicking back on the couch and enjoying a movie with friends and family. In this project, you’ll build an app to allow users to discover the most popular movies playing. We will split the development of this app in two stages. First, let's talk about stage 1. In this stage you’ll build the core experience of your movies app. You app will: Present the user with a grid arrangement of movie posters upon launch. Allow your user to change sort order via a setting: The sort order can be by most popular or by highest-rated Allow the user to tap on a movie poster and transition to a details screen with additional information such as: original title movie poster image thumbnail A plot synopsis (called overview in the api) user rating (called vote_average in the api) release date Why this Project? To become an Android developer, you must know how to bring particular mobile experiences to life. Specifically, you need to know how to build clean and compelling user interfaces (UIs), fetch data from network services, and optimize the experience for various mobile devices. You will hone these fundamental skills in this project. By building this app, you will demonstrate your understanding of the foundational elements of programming for Android. Your app will communicate with the Internet and provide a responsive and delightful user experience. What Will I Learn After Stage 1? You will fetch data from the Internet with theMovieDB API. You will use adapters and custom list layouts to populate list views. You will incorporate libraries to simplify the amount of code you need to write Ready to start building?

Java
Updated 10 Mar 2017