Style Advice App Development with Features Based on Machine Learning Technolog

David Apkins
David Apkins
Back-end Developer

We are all familiar with user interactions and how they happen in mobile apps. A usual scenario looks like that: you tap on something clickable and an app takes you to another screen. Nothing new here. Don’t you think it’s a bit trite and someone needs to set a new trend? We got bored with typical UI/UX flow and created our own component called FlipViewPager. This component allows you to literally have three pages on one.

We decided to play with user profiles, a typical thing for any social app which has a friends list. See the project on Dribbble and GitHub. All user profiles are organized in a custom list, which has left and right columns. When a user swipes left/right on one of the profiles, the component allows to see some information associated with this profile, such as interests, hobbies, jobs and so on. There is an idiom “read someone like a book” and this is exactly what our component does. By the way, all the folks you see on the screen are our guys from Yalantis. They all have made up names, though.