Convert Adobe After Effects to Kotlin Using Lottie library

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.

Example #2 : How to Convert Adobe After Effects to KotlinExample #2 : How to Convert Adobe After Effects to Kotlin

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.

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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.

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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.

Now lets move to development!!

Source: Lottie – Convert Adobe After Effects to Kotlin

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