Springy Facebook Rebound is a java library that models spring dynamics. Rebound spring models can be used to create animations that feel natural by introducing real world physics to your application.
It is not a general purpose physics library; however, spring dynamics can be used to drive a wide variety of animations. The simplicity of Rebound makes it easy to integrate and use as a building block for creating more complex components like pagers, toggles, and scrollers.
Pull-to-refresh is a great place for creativity! But Yalantis building cool pull-to-refresh called Pull To Make Soup animation not only for the purpose of self-expression. These small components can actually help app publishers make their applications stand out.
Now we have a magic soup in the saucepan that cooks itself and a customizable pull-to-refresh component. I hope it encourages you to create your own super cool animations to make your apps look gorgeous.
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If you use Google Play Movies, you have probably noticed this great animated SeekBar with a preview of the movie. It turned out that Rúben Sousa implemented that as an open-source library. The gif below gives a good flavor of its functionalities.
Most of time animation play a important role to success of any application and in previous article we discuss some important animation tutorials for Kotlin. Most of developers familiar with Adobe after effects and know how amazing animations created.
Sometimes we also want to add that amazing Adobe after effect animations in our application. And if you’re that type of developer then this library can help you to do this.
Lottie is a mobile library for Android and iOS that parses Adobe After Effects animations exported as json with Bodymovin and renders them natively on mobile!
With Lottie, digging through frameworks for reference, guessing durations, manually creating Bézier curves, and re-making animations with nothing more than a GIF for reference will be a thing of the past. Now engineers can use exactly what the designer intended, exactly how it was made. To demonstrate that, they’ve recreated their animations and provided After Effects and JSON files of each in given sample app.
Our goal is to support as many After Effects features as we possibly can, to allow for a lot more than simple icon animations. They’ve created a handful of other examples to show the library’s flexibility, richness, and deep feature set. In the sample app, there are also source files for a variety of different kinds of animations, including basic line art, character-based animations, and dynamic logo animations with multiple angles and cuts.
In this article, I am going to share some of the best top 30 Android tools to improve your development productivity and build better applications. I have been personally using these tools for quite some time now and have found them to be really useful and satisfying.
These tools have helped me save a lot of precious time out from my day-to-day development life and have also helped me deliver significantly better and more high-quality apps.
So without wasting anytime, let’s jump in and discover a lot of new and
Awesome top 30 Android tools to develop Android apps like a pro.
An amazing tool for Android which can help you to track the overall performance of your app and get in-depth insights on various key performance metrics like FPS, memory usage, CPU usage, disk usage and much more from your live production app.
A powerful open-source debugging platform for Android, developed by Facebook. This tool makes debugging native Android apps as simple as debugging webpages using Chrome’s Developer Tools and helps perform various actions like checking the complete View hierarchy, inspect SQLite database, monitor network operations, etc. with ease.
We all get quite frustrated staring at the screen like a fool and waiting for Gradle builds taking forever to finish. But this awesome tool from JRebel comes to the rescue by drastically improving build times and making Android app development and debugging almost realtime.
If you are using Gradle as your build system in Android Studio, then you can add any external library in your project with just a single line of code. But how do you get that line quickly and easily? Here’s where this sweet little tool comes in handy.
An awesome collection of simple and easy-to-use tools to generate various types of icons (launcher, notification, generic, app shortcut icons) that you will need while designing and developing Android apps.
I am glad for two great news first one is to launched Android Studio 3 with fully Kotlin support and other one is to get a new shopping project. You’ll think whats good in second news. Well the best thing is that i can use Increment ProductView library in this project.
Do you think what’s the difference in Increment ProductView library then firstly i’ll show you a demo.
Implement Increment ProductView library in your project?