Android-Transition allows the easy creation of view transitions that reacts to user inputs. The library is designed to be general enough such that the same transition can be applied to differnt UI components like Drawer, SlidingUpPanel, ViewPager, ObservableScrollView (work in progress), etc., as long as appropriate adapter is used.
- Add Animation.forceEndState()
- Add DefaultAnimationListener
- Add a bunch of delayed methods with varargs to ViewTransitionBuilder & MenuItemTransitionBuilder
- Add ColorTransition
- Add AutoReverseAnimationListener
- Reduce transient objects created by ViewTransitionBuilder
- Update dependent library versions: (com.github.ksoichiro:android-observablescrollview:1.5.1 --> 1.6.0, com.sothree.slidinguppanel:library:3.0.0 --> 3.2.1
Because somehow version 0.9.3 uploaded to Maven is broken :-/
- Many *TransitionBuilder methods now takes varargs
- Add visible()/invisible()/gone() to *TransitionBuilder that modifies target View's visibility
- Add ScaledTransitionHandler
- Improve Cascade
- Fix erroneously sharing some TransitionBuilder states when cloned
- Remove android:allowBackup from AndroidManifest.xml
- Minor optimizations
- Allow the transition/animation of a single MenuItem
- Add ViewTransitionBuilder.height(int) / ViewTransitionBuilder.delayHeight(int)
- AnimationManager/TransitionAnimation can specify either AnimationController or AnimatorController (Animator is needed to animate MenuItems but is, for some reason, slow for certain animations like View height manipulation)
- Reduce garbage generation and other optimizations
- Fix memory leak with MenuItem transition
- Fix incorrect state when reverse transiting a View with a range not between 0f and 1f
- Remove AnimationManager.removeAnimation(Animation) to support optimization, may add it back in the future
Fixed an embarrassing mistakenly-capitalized package name.
Please note that due to change in scope and direction, the code has been overhauled in 0.9.x and is incompatible with 0.8.x.
On the other hand now it only takes 8 lines of code to achieve the effect below that includes both non-interactive animation and interactive transition (drawer dragging):
On Android Studio update Gradle dependency to:
To add the corresponding slidinguppanel module:
Android Support Annotations are applied across the codebase which should help catching incorrect usage early. On Android Studio update Gradle dependency to:
Note that while many annotations such as @NonNull and @Nullable work on SDK Build Tools 22.0.x, some annotations like @IntRange and @FlatRange only work when preview version (23.0.0 rc2) is used.