As you can see in the title we will implement
LazyGrid item animation using
Jetpack Compose’s transition animation. Here is our
When calculating delay and easing we need to access the visible items on the screen. Since
LazyVerticalGrid is basically just a
Rows, we will be dealing with
Rows instead of items.
Here is how we animate
Here is the result:
In the classic XML world, we have
RadioButton’s parents are
CompoundButton->Button->TextViewand it implements
Checkable. That means
RadioButton is just a
TextView with some button and checkable capability.
android:text="Radio Button 1" />
android:text="Radio Button 2" />
When we are testing the layout above we can access to
RadioButton easily with
onView(withText("Radio Button 1"))
In Compose world,
RadioButton is just a canvas that has drawing and selectable capability. You can see the preview of the
Imagine having a modular Android app. Different teams working on different modules without even touching another module. We will make the CI pipeline faster for those team members. In the below images, you are seeing a modular app structure and relations between modules.