In this article, we’d like to cover “Curved Animations” using the CurvedAnimation class. The CurvedAnimation class allows you to apply a non-linear Curve to an animation.
In this article, we’d like to cover a Widget that provides a more advanced way to animate with Flutter: The AnimatedBuilder Widget.
In this post, we’ll want to cover transitions. Moving from explicit animations to transitions animations, the complexity increases. We’ll need a few more items from the Flutter framework.
In a prior article, we started talking about Flutter Implicit animations. In this post, we’ll continue that subject and talk about AnimatedDefaultTextStyle and AnimatedOpacity widgets before moving on to transition animation widgets.
In a prior post, we talked about the new cross-platform mobile development framework from Google called Flutter. It reviews how Flutter took a different approach from React Native and NativeScript in creating a mobile application. Next, we’re going to cover some key aspects of Flutter.