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Android Animations and Transitions Animations Basics Property Animation

Diego Marrs
Diego Marrs
8,243 Points

Incorrect GitHub Download?

Hello.

I thought that I should point out that the download link in the GitHub page is (probably) incorrect. You are given a version of the app in stage 4 video 4 of this course. I could be wrong about the link being incorrect however, maybe it was intentional?

(I did manage to download the first version though).

Thanks!

Scott Junner
Scott Junner
9,010 Points

See Taylor Bryants comment below for the real answer. Not hard to figure out from there.

3 Answers

Ben Jakuben
STAFF
Ben Jakuben
Treehouse Teacher

Sorry for the confusion! I've updated the Teacher's Notes on that video to explain how to get the different versions of the project files. You can get the starter files here: https://github.com/treehouse/android-animations-transitions/tree/2a6bd784e23d94dcfd3e90a8fffb8216cc9a2641

Kien Doan
Kien Doan
17,491 Points

The starter file is still loaded with finished project. How can I get the first version project? Been looking for the initial file so far.

Ben Jakuben
Ben Jakuben
Treehouse Teacher

Kien Doan , that GitHub link above ^^ will give you the same files I started recording with. If you download the files from the Downloads tab, it gives you the files at all the different points of the course in one zip, so you'd need to drill into the stage 1 folder. Let me know if there's a problem, though!

I ended up importing from the GitHub repo and got the latest version as well. At first I was gonna copy and paste it first but the text from GitHub pasted into android studio added a bunch of spaces, so I actually ended up using the VCS tab in android studio, went to git, show history, and then log, and found I could revert everything to the commit at the end of video 3 of section 1. Might not have been as easy as downloading the zip and using the correct one but I definitely learned something new and useful!

Ni Yao
Ni Yao
3,852 Points

Nice clear steps, worked perfectly. I'd recommend this path as learning about reverting commits is a great bonus :D

Scott Junner
Scott Junner
9,010 Points

Thanks Taylor. I was losing my mind over that one. Had no idea I could revert back through any past point in the project.

Jeremiah Shore
Jeremiah Shore
31,168 Points

I agree with Ni Yao, this is the cleanest and arguably the best way of doing this. I wish I thought to check the VCS in Android Studio first!

Hi!

As of this writing, all of the available links just take you to the finished project. But, if you go to that repo and click "release", you can find each of the source code files for each video. The earliest available is at the end of Stage 1 Video 3, but it will still allow you to follow along for the remainder of the lessons. :)