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Animations and Performance in Nested RecyclerViews
3 projects | reddit.com/r/RedditEng | 14 Feb 2022
Next, we looked at overriding SimpleItemAnimator but noticed that this class is missing a lot of logic required for orchestrating the animations. We realized that the Android SDK does not really allow us to easily customize RecyclerView item animations - what a shame! Doing some research on this we found two open-source libraries (here and here - note: this is no endorsement) that provide a variety of custom ItemAnimators by using a base ItemAnimator implementation that is very similar to the DefaultItemAnimator class but allows for proper customization. We ended up creating our own BaseItemAnimator by looking at DefaultItemAnimator and adapting it to our needs and then creating the actual implementation for the reaction feature. This allowed us to customize the “Add” animation like so:
How can I code an app like this?
1 project | reddit.com/r/androidapps | 23 Feb 2021
Probably uses a library of some sort for animations, the rest would be Recyclerviews and components normal to Android. The whole thing is set in a Fragment/ Tabbed Activity.
What are some alternatives?
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UltimateRecyclerView - A RecyclerView(advanced and flexible version of ListView in Android) with refreshing,loading more,animation and many other features.
Epoxy - Epoxy is an Android library for building complex screens in a RecyclerView
Fuck-Storage-Access-Framework - Fuck Storage Access Framework (or just FSAF) is a handy library that hides away from you all the annoying parts of the Storage Access Framework (like DocumentTrees / DocumentIds / DocumentFiles / DocumentContracts and other bullshit) leaving only an API that is similar to good-old Java File API
sticky-headers-recyclerview - [UNMAINTAINED] Sticky Headers decorator for Android's RecyclerView
android-advancedrecyclerview - RecyclerView extension library which provides advanced features. (ex. Google's Inbox app like swiping, Play Music app like drag and drop sorting)
header-decor - A couple of sticky header decorations for android's recycler view.
CircularLayoutManager - Custom Layout Manager for Recycler View
recyclerview-binder - Android library for RecyclerView to manage order of items and multiple view types.
Google Places AutoComplete EditText - A simple library that can connect your autocomplete edittext to Google places api