Published on December 12, 2017 by Android Developers

Sean McQuillan (@objcode) covers building complex animations using ConstraintLayout and ConstraintSet. By specifying your animations via keyframes, it is easy to fluidly animate complex scenes without a lot of code. Animations make your app look polished, improve engagement, and are fun to build. With ConstraintLayout it’s easy to build complex animations involving several views at once.

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68 Comments on "Keyframe Animations with ConstraintLayout and ConstraintSet"

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Laux Juggie
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Laux Juggie
11 days 15 hours ago

Is it only me or this guy looks bald ed sheeran?

Milan Targaryen
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Milan Targaryen
13 days 8 hours ago

no java no like

aflynch
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aflynch
13 days 18 hours ago

Wow, so this not implemented on the Java side of the framework as of 1/08/18. This really is bull shit. Thanks for fragmenting the code base.

aflynch
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aflynch
13 days 21 hours ago

Thanks for not showing how to do this in Java…

Android Brother BD
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Android Brother BD
14 days 17 hours ago

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Jorge Escobar
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Jorge Escobar
16 days 10 hours ago

Using Kotling code for examples… ouch I think I shall be moving to Kotlin I guess.

Public Static Void
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Public Static Void
23 days 11 hours ago

Kotlin sucks ass!!!

Kane
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Kane
28 days 11 hours ago

Wow! Java is dying, should we thank Oracle?

NoamKoKo
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NoamKoKo
1 month 2 days ago

Now explain how I make the transition response to scrolling and any other user progressive events.

NoamKoKo
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NoamKoKo
1 month 2 days ago

Yes! Kotlin for the win!

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