Introduction

Easy Android Animations is an animation library that aims to make android animations easier, with 50+ builtin animations, it allows you to introduce many complex animation effects in your application with one or two lines of code.

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Creator
2359media
2359media
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Language
HTML
Min SDK:
Android 4.0
License:
unspecified license
Created At:
Jul 16, 2014
Last Updated:
Jan 17, 2018
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Description

EasyAndroidAnimations

Easy Android Animations is an animation library that aims to make android animations easier, with 50+ builtin animations, it allows you to introduce many complex animation effects in your application with one or two lines of code.

Demo

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Download Demo APK

Usage:

Including In Your Project

You can include the library directly in your Gradle project:

  • Add the following to your build.gradle:

    repositories {
        maven { url "https://jitpack.io" }
    }</li>
    </ul>
    dependencies {
            compile 'com.github.2359media:EasyAndroidAnimations:0.8'
    }
    

    You can download this jar file and include it in your project, otherwise you can download the source code and customize it according to your need.

    Code Samples

    See Animation_demo/ folder for a working implementation of this library.

    1. For example, if you wanted a view to mimic the bounce animation with the default parameters,

      new BounceAnimation(yourView).animate();
      

    2. If you wanted to use your own parameters instead of the default ones,

      new BounceAnimation(yourView)
        .setBounceDistance(50)
        .setBounces(5)
        .setDuration(500)
        .animate();
      

    3. Here's another example of mimicking the explode animation with your own parameters as well as the addition of an animation listener.

      new ExplodeAnimation(yourView)
        .setExplodeMatrix(ExplodeAnimation.MATRIX_2X2)
        .setInterpolator(new DecelerateInterpolator())
        .setDuration(500)
        .setListener(new AnimationListener() {
          @Override
          public void onAnimationEnd(Animation animation) {
            *perform your own functions here when animation ends*
          }
        })
        .animate();
      

    4. It is also possible to play several animations in parallel using the ParallelAnimator class. The following example scales in a view and flips it horizontally at the same time.

      new ParallelAnimator()
        .add(new ScaleInAnimation(yourView))
        .add(new FlipHorizontalAnimation(yourView))
        .setDuration(500)
        .animate();
      

    Coding Robos

    Umair Vatao, Nee Si Yao, Phu Tang

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