Adding custom ripple effect to your button, layout, card view, or any other views will make your app look more professional and gorgeous. It will give instant touch feedback to the users.
So, in the article, we will show you how to add a custom ripple effect. But Note that this won’t show any effects for APIs before 23.
It’s going to be much easy, so keep patience and follow the steps.
Step 1 – Creating A Drawable Resource File For Custom Ripple Effect
Expand the ‘res‘ folder. Select the ‘Drawable‘ folder from Android Studio and click the right mouse button. Then select ‘New‘ and then Click ‘Drawable Resource File‘.
Now, name it ‘custom_ripple_effect‘. Then, select ‘Version‘ from the Available Qualifiers list on the left side and click on ‘>>‘ to take it to the right side.
Now, write ‘21‘ value for the Platform API Level and click ‘OK‘
Then remove all the existing codes. Now, we are going to use ripple code for the ripple effect:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
//change '@color/colorAccent' with your desired color
So, now jump into the next step.
Step 2 – Adding Ripple Effect In Button or Any View
Now, in your Button or View, set any background color you like. Then, we need to make sure our view is focusable and clickable. To do so, we will add these two attributions:
We are going to set the drawable resource file as the Foreground of the Button or View. So, add this attribution to your Button or View:
You have successfully added Ripple Effect/Animation to your Button or other Views in Android Studio.
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