In the previous article we updated our layouts and animations to use ViewFlipper ready for our animations. In this article we’ll get this hooked up so that the time transition now animate on both the app and lock screen widgets.
In the previous article in this series we began the update of the TextClock app widget, lock screen widget, and daydream by selectively, according to OS version, updating the colours to match the new KitKat theme. In this article we’ll look at adding some animations.
Previously in this series we’ve looked at a few aspects of Transition animations, but all of the examples have comprised of the views being animated having a single, common parent. In other words, they are all children of the same parent layout. However, Android layouts are rarely as simple as the example layouts that we’ve…
In the previous article we looked at Scenes and how they can be used to encapsulate static view hierarchy states, however we’ve only looked at moving items around. In this article we’ll look at different use cases for our animations and see how we can use different transitions.
In the previous article we began looking at the new Transition Animations API introduced in KitKat 4.4. In this article we’ll have a look beyond the basics and explore how we can take greater control over things using Scenes.