The following is the first few sections of a chapter from The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development, plus headings for the remaining major sections, to give you an idea about the content of the chapter.
A user interface is considered “janky” if it stutters or otherwise fails to operate smoothly, particularly during animated effects like scrolling. Finding and eliminating the causes of janky behavior (“jank”) is part science, part art, and part throwing darts at a dartboard.
This chapter will outline some techniques for identifying and removing jank from a user interface. The steps shown here originated in a blog post by Google’s Romain Guy, with a few additional twists and turns due to the different nature of the particular case being studied. Mr. Guy’s blog post is essential reading for all advanced Android developers, and the author is deeply indebted to Mr. Guy for his work in this area.
The only hard prerequisite for this chapter is having read the core chapters and the chapter on finding CPU bottlenecks.
That being said, having read the chapter on animators would help understand portions of this chapter a bit better.
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