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Dynamically Animating User Interfaces

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Dynamically Animating User Interfaces

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Creating vivid user interfaces with tasteful animations can both make your applications more appealing and more usable, but the standard A to B style transitions commonly available in SDKs just don't cut it sometimes. This presentation will present an easy technique for creating user interfaces that feel alive and incorporates "behaviors" rather than state transitions. This will be shared through code examples for Android where we'll see how this can be implemented into custom Android views. To complement this, basic knowledge and tips on how to properly implement custom views in Android will be shared.

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