A demo of various animation in latest PlayGames app
A demo of various animation in latest PlayGames app using the Transition framework of Android.
Minimum SDK>21. This is not a backport of Transition Framework. This demo works above Lollipop only.
When launching another activity,specify the views where you want to perform transition and pass it as a bundle. The launching activity and the launched activity should have common views to perform transition on that pair of views.
Intent intent=new Intent(mContext, DetailActivity.class); ActivityOptions options = ActivityOptions.makeSceneTransitionAnimation(MainActivity.getInstance(), Pair.create((View) cover, "cover")); mContext.startActivity(intent,options.toBundle());
Specify the attribute android:transitionName="cover" in both the view of two activities.Transition framework will look for the views with same transitionName attribute and will apply the auto transition on them.
We will specify the transition in our theme. Add this attribute to your v21 theme
We will define our own custom Transition instead of the default Transition.
<transitionset> <!-- --A custom transition defined in PlayTransition class <!-- --> <transition class="com.naman14.playanimations.PlayTransition"></transition> <targets> <!-- --We are excluding the second view from the custom transition <!-- --> <target android:excludeid="@id/icon"></target> /> </targets> </transitionset>
(c) 2015 Naman Dwivedi
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