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AnimationUtils

public class AnimationUtils
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.view.animation.AnimationUtils


Defines common utilities for working with animations.

Summary

Public constructors

AnimationUtils()

Public methods

static long currentAnimationTimeMillis()

Returns the current animation time in milliseconds.

static Animation loadAnimation(Context context, int id)

Loads an Animation object from a resource

static Interpolator loadInterpolator(Context context, int id)

Loads an Interpolator object from a resource

static LayoutAnimationController loadLayoutAnimation(Context context, int id)

Loads a LayoutAnimationController object from a resource

static Animation makeInAnimation(Context c, boolean fromLeft)

Make an animation for objects becoming visible.

static Animation makeInChildBottomAnimation(Context c)

Make an animation for objects becoming visible.

static Animation makeOutAnimation(Context c, boolean toRight)

Make an animation for objects becoming invisible.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

AnimationUtils

Added in API level 1
AnimationUtils ()

Public methods

currentAnimationTimeMillis

Added in API level 1
long currentAnimationTimeMillis ()

Returns the current animation time in milliseconds. This time should be used when invoking setStartTime(long). Refer to SystemClock for more information about the different available clocks. The clock used by this method is not the "wall" clock (it is not currentTimeMillis()).

Returns
long the current animation time in milliseconds

See also:

loadAnimation

Added in API level 1
Animation loadAnimation (Context context, 
                int id)

Loads an Animation object from a resource

Parameters
context Context: Application context used to access resources
id int: The resource id of the animation to load
Returns
Animation The animation object reference by the specified id
Throws
Resources.NotFoundException when the animation cannot be loaded

loadInterpolator

Added in API level 1
Interpolator loadInterpolator (Context context, 
                int id)

Loads an Interpolator object from a resource

Parameters
context Context: Application context used to access resources
id int: The resource id of the animation to load
Returns
Interpolator The animation object reference by the specified id
Throws
Resources.NotFoundException

loadLayoutAnimation

Added in API level 1
LayoutAnimationController loadLayoutAnimation (Context context, 
                int id)

Loads a LayoutAnimationController object from a resource

Parameters
context Context: Application context used to access resources
id int: The resource id of the animation to load
Returns
LayoutAnimationController The animation object reference by the specified id
Throws
Resources.NotFoundException when the layout animation controller cannot be loaded

makeInAnimation

Added in API level 1
Animation makeInAnimation (Context c, 
                boolean fromLeft)

Make an animation for objects becoming visible. Uses a slide and fade effect.

Parameters
c Context: Context for loading resources
fromLeft boolean: is the object to be animated coming from the left
Returns
Animation The new animation

makeInChildBottomAnimation

Added in API level 1
Animation makeInChildBottomAnimation (Context c)

Make an animation for objects becoming visible. Uses a slide up and fade effect.

Parameters
c Context: Context for loading resources
Returns
Animation The new animation

makeOutAnimation

Added in API level 1
Animation makeOutAnimation (Context c, 
                boolean toRight)

Make an animation for objects becoming invisible. Uses a slide and fade effect.

Parameters
c Context: Context for loading resources
toRight boolean: is the object to be animated exiting to the right
Returns
Animation The new animation
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