Some of the developer features which come with Android Honeycomb have not yet been fully discovered and made use of yet. The animations API is one of those features, which is demoed in a video so that developers can have an idea of what they can do with this new feature.
Romain Guy created the “very simple demo” below using some of the new APIs found in Android Honeycomb:
Viewers should notice that the first image displayed contains the location information of where the photo was taken, in addition to the information regarding what camera was used with which settings.
By sliding the currently displayed photo to the left, the user first sees the title of the photo and image data. By sliding to the left once more, the location information is also visualized inside a Google Maps pane on the right side. Upon tapping on the icon of the desired photo in the list of photos to the left, the user continues on to the next photo in the slideshow.
For any interested developers, Romain guy wrote that he will publish his code in the future, and that the recently announced Fragments api was not used in his demo.
Image from Phandroid
Source: Romain Guy
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