I think everyone has checked my previous post on how to improve Android WebView performance. If not, check it here Improve Android WebView Perfomance Now we will see how we can load a webpage textfields with our custom values in Android WebView. For this I am using a sample HTML file which is stored in… Read More »
Hi all, In Today’s tutorial we will see how we can do a shared element transition between activities in android. What we will do. We have two activities First activity has a TextView and two images. Second activity with two images. We will animation between corresponding images. Check out the video below to see what… Read More »
Material Design has changed the way users interact with the apps. Reveal is a new animation introduced in Android L that animates the view’s clipping boundaries. Reveal animations provide users visual continuity when you show or hide a group of UI elements. This animation is often times used in conjunction with a floating action button.… Read More »
A Quick note on WebView A View that displays web pages. This class is the basis upon which you can roll your own web browser or simply display some online content within your Activity. It uses the WebKit rendering engine to display web pages and includes methods to navigate forward and backward through a history,… Read More »
Below simple code explains how you can do a simple activity transitions in Android
This Activity shows a simple layout animation. Here we add a new Button to the layout with “APPEARING” animation. You can have a variety of Default animations. Activity The layout. All Done. Please send your comments to email@example.com.
The Canvas can be used to draw graphics in android. It provides methods to draw oval, rectangle, picture, text, line etc. The Paint class is used with canvas to draw objects. It holds the information of color and style. In this example, we will draw some 2D Shapes. We will create class that extends View… Read More »
Here is a simple class to animate a textview just like a Typewriter. Typewriter Usage Please leave your valuable comments @firstname.lastname@example.org