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I have a ViewGroup on which I have set the
android:animateLayoutChanges property to
As a result, when I toggle the visibility of one of the Views in the ViewGroup between View.VISIBLE to VIEW.GONE, I get a nice layout change animation as follows:
I’d like to take this idea a step further and chain together a sequence of transitions. For example, hide “Two” and then show “Three”.
How do I do this?
I have managed to achieve this as follows:
- Define a LayoutTransition.TransitionListener which sets the visibility of the View that I want to show as View.VISIBLE when the endTransition(…) method is called.
- Get the LayoutTransition object in the ViewGroup and add the LayoutTransition.TransitionListener defined in step 1 to it.
- Set the visibility of the View that I want to hide as View.GONE.
This achieves a sequence of animations as follows:
This works but seems a little fragile and is a somewhat clumsy solution for scenarios where I need to add a third or fourth animation to the sequence.
If anybody has suggestions for a simpler means of chaining together layout change animations, I’m open to it.
- My description of the implementation above is a little simplified and omits some work I’m doing to remove the LayoutTransition.TransitionListener when a given transition ends. For the concrete details, see here.
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