Flutter is a pretty new framework from Google that allows you to create animation easily. So you can create some fancy animated transitions. In this post, you will learn how to create such transitions using Flutter.
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We’ll walk you through the process of creating a Flutter animation, but first let’s see what is Flutter animation, what are the Flutter Layouts and why it’s best to use Flutter Animations for your IoS or Android mobile app.
What are Flutter Layouts
Flutter offers different layouts in order to accommodate different app scenarios. You can choose between two layouts, flat and abstract. This is how the official documentation describes the two layouts.
The abstract layout allows you to animate only the action types that are available in the flat layout. It doesn’t support animation of animation primitives such as curves, box backgrounds, etc.
On the other hand, the flat layout is great for creating animations such as box shadows, backgrounds, etc. It supports animated box backgrounds, animated backgrounds, etc. However, you can’t animate curve animations.
So Flutter’s flat layout is better for flat animations and flat animations. But the abstract layout is better for abstract animations.
Why use Fluter Animations?
The biggest advantage of Fluter is that it allows you to use all these animations without disturbing any other animations and there is no latency. The other advantage is that it also allows you to use shapes and some objects in your animations. The UI itself has no affect on the animation, the user experience is never affected by it.
How to Create Flutter Animations Without Coding
Fluter comes with a Dartboard component that allows you to use the animation templates and apply them to your app. You can also use a no-code tool to create Flutter Animations in a friendly interface and save time while doing so.
Step 1: Export your animation:
All you have to do is choose Flutter as the framework and set player type along with other animation options.
Step 2: Install dependencies
Follow the instructions in the export window from the no-code tool to install Webview and the SVGator Player
Step 3: Embed your file
Now all you have to do is embed your Flutter SVG animation into your application and you’re done!
Fluter can do all the animations and you don’t need to code them. The best part is, that there is no latency. I guess that there are a lot of people that do not want to spend their time writing Flutter code. If you can manage with such technologies, I highly recommend you to go for Fluter Animations.
So now, you should have a good idea of what Fluter is and how to use it. Now it’s your turn, go ahead and start creating your own mobile app animations in Flutter.
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