Elastic view is a regular CardView, which can flex from user touches💪
Let's see it in action 💻📲
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The current minSDK version is API level 21.
Setup and usage
You can use it as a regualar CardView.
<io.armcha.elasticview.ElasticView android:id="@+id/imageElasticView" android:layout_width="..." android:layout_height="..." app:cardCornerRadius="10dp" app:cardElevation="5dp"> <ChildView.../> <!--or without childView--> </io.armcha.elasticview.ElasticView>
For now, you can only change flexibility for the view
elasticView.flexibility = 8f
or from xml
<io.armcha.elasticview.ElasticView android:id="@+id/imageElasticView" android:layout_width="..." android:layout_height="..." app:flexibility="7" app:cardCornerRadius="10dp" app:cardElevation="5dp"/>
Note the flexibility must be between [1f..10f] ❗️
That's all :ok_hand:
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