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Android Animations and Transitions Animations Basics Property Animation

Jarvis Chandler
Jarvis Chandler
7,619 Points

Help Please?

You need to animate an image (named imageView) so that it scales up to twice its size when it is tapped. Start by simple calling the animate() method of the image.

CodeChallenge.java
// Use the variable named 'imageView'

1 Answer

Ben Jakuben
STAFF
Ben Jakuben
Treehouse Teacher

Sorry if that challenge is confusing. To properly test it, I had to hide the ImageView in my pre-test code. You are supposed to use a variable named imageView that is declared and initialized in my own hidden code. Here's another post on this (that gives away the answer): https://teamtreehouse.com/community/you-need-to-animate-an-image-named-imageview-so-that-it-scales-up-to-twice-its-size-when-it-is-tapped-start-by-simple