Android Gestures: Getting Started
Making use of the many Android gestures is absolutely fundamental to providing an excellent user experience. You'll learn how to detect gestures for touching, double tapping, scrolling, time delayed touching, swiping, dragging, and scaling.
What you'll learn
At the core of every great android application is an intuitive, interactive design. In this course, Android Gestures: Getting Started, you will learn how to master the core concepts related to detecting gestures with an Android device. First, you will take a close look at the basic touch gestures, double-tap gestures, scroll gestures, time delayed gestures, swipe gestures, drag gestures, and scaling gestures. Then, you will build a draggable, scalable custom ImageView. Finally, you will explore how to use a RecyclerView for moving list items, swiping, and detecting changes to the scroll state. When you’re finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge on detecting and responding to gestures that will help you as you move forward to develop mobile applications.
Table of contents
- Review Swiping Through Images with a ViewPager 1m
- Review Detecting Common Gestures 1m
- Review Designing a Drag and Drop Operation 1m
- Review Dragging and Scaling an ImageView 1m
- Review Leveraging RecyclerView Scroll Gestures 1m
- Review Custom RecyclerView Interactions with ItemTouchHelper 1m
- Final Thoughts 1m