Vector Drawables are available since Lollipop and are now part of the Support Library. They bring a whole new range of possibilities when it comes to animation that can delight your users in many ways. In this talk we're gonna go through what we can do to animate our vector drawables, how to implement them and support them in a wide range of android versions. We're gonna take a look at how we can do animations with path data as well as trimPath, how to choreograph them to achieve your desired animation. Finally, I'm gonna show how we can play with Vectors on sketch without being a rockstar design so we can create the vectors we need to achieve our animations. I'm gonna show how we can get a SVG from google's material design website and easily change it in Sketch to achieve a very animations using the concepts presented at the beginning.
Marcos is a passionate developer from Brazil who has been working with Android since 2010. He loves simple and beautiful UX and UI and is always focused on important small details and what makes mobile apps great. He is passionate about startups and tries his best to help early stage startups build great Android apps and awesome products. He is also a Google Expert in Android. Marcos is actively involved in the community, organizing the GDG in Montreal, speaking at many conferences around the world and being a mentor in events like Startup Weekends and various hackathons. Since moving to Montreal in 2013, Marcos has developed great apps for large companies and startups in Canada working for Mirego. One of those apps reached the global market with more than 500k downloads.