Bottom Sheets Dialog in Android

One of the most significant changes to Android design was introduced during the 2014 Google I/O conference, material design. Even though Google had introduced a set of guidelines for their new design philosophy, developers were responsible for implementing the new patterns from scratch. As with many things in software development, the Design support library improved with time, adding support […]

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Lollipop Activity Transitions

One of the most interesting aspects of the Material Design specifications is the visual continuity between activities. With just a few lines of code, the new Lollipop APIs allow you to meaningfully transition between two activities. This breaks the classic activity boundaries of the previous Android versions and allows the user to understand how elements go from […]

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Navigation View-Material Design Support Library Tutorial

Google I/O 2015 has brought a whole new set of tools for Android Developers which are meant to make our lives easier. I´d like to devote a set of articles to talk about the incredibly useful Design Support Library. For Material Design tutorial check this link. Navigation View In this article, I’ll start talking about […]

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Android Toolbar Animation Using Design Support Library

With the new Design support library for Android, it has become easier for us to create some great animations with minimal effort. We have seen WhatsApp profile view design with user image hide on scrolling. For that we need Design Support Library. In one of my earlier tutorial i had shown how to hide and show […]

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Android Material Design SnackBar Using Design Support Library

When Android 5.0 was released, new design guidelines were also released with it, called material design. It introduced many new design patterns and guidelines. But here we’ll discuss only one new UX concept introduced in material design called Snackbar. This new concept is inspired from the Toast widget of android. Android Snackbar is just like […]

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Android Staggered and Horizontal RecyclerView

In my earlier tutorials of RecyclerView we had learn how to use RecyclerView to create ListView and GridView items. Today we are going to create Staggered GridView and Horizontal RecyclerView. Staggered GridView Staggered GridView is nothing but GridView with random grid sizes that look nice in app. To achieve this we need  StaggeredGridLayoutManager and the syntax […]

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