'android'에 해당되는 글 78건

  1. 2014.06.26 Android-AppMsg
  2. 2014.06.26 Android Lock Pattern
  3. 2014.06.26 Wheel Widget for Android
  4. 2014.06.26 ColorPickerPreference
  5. 2014.06.26 Showcase View
  6. 2014.06.26 MapView Balloons
  7. 2014.06.26 PhotoView
  8. 2014.06.26 Changelog Library
  9. 2014.06.26 WizardPager (1)
  10. 2014.06.26 Android Annotations
android2014.06.26 10:51


Android-AppMsg (Crouton)

By Evgeny Shishkin

Implementation of in-layout notifications. Based on Toast notifications and article The making of Prixing #4: in-layout notifications by Cyril Mottier.


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android2014.06.26 10:50

Android Lock Pattern

Android has an useful tool in security settings, it is Lock Pattern. Users can define their own lock pattern ‒ which is a combination of 4+ dots.

We have extracted this piece of code from Android source code, platform frameworks base. Then modified it a little, to make it easy to use in an application. Also we have changed the icons. If you want other ones, you can design them yourself. If you want the original icon set, refer to res-default.



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android2014.06.26 10:49

Wheel Widget for Android

By Alessandro Crugnola

A realistic wheel view for Android, which vibrates on drag and seems to be spinning.


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android2014.06.26 10:48


By Sergey Margaritov.

Generally used classes by Daniel Nilsson. ColorPickerPreference class by Sergey Margaritov. Packed by Sergey Margaritov.


  • Color Area
  • Hue Slider
  • Alpha Slider (disabled by default)
  • Old & New Color
  • Color Preview in Preferences List


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android2014.06.26 10:48
21 November

Showcase View

By Alex Curran

The Showcase view is designed to highlight and showcase specific parts of apps to the user with a distinctive and attractive overlay. This library is great for pointing out points of interest for users, or obscure but useful items.

The library is based on the “Cling” view found in the Launcher on Ice-Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean, but extended to be easier to use.


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android2014.06.26 10:47

MapView Balloons

By Jeff Gilfelt

This project provides an easy way to annotate map overlay items with a simple information balloon when using the Android Maps external library (com.google.android.maps). It consists of BalloonOverlayView, a view representing the balloon that is displayed over your MapView and BalloonItemizedOverlay, an abstract extension of ItemizedOverlay.

This Library is Deprecated

Please use Google Maps Android API v2 instead.



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android2014.06.26 10:46


By Chris Banes

PhotoView aims to help produce an easily usable implementation of a zooming Android ImageView. It is currently being used in photup.


  • Out of the box zooming, using multi-touch and double-tap.
  • Scrolling, with smooth scrolling fling.
  • Works perfectly when using used in a scrolling parent (such as ViewPager).
  • Allows the application to be notified when the displayed Matrix has changed. Useful for when you need to update your UI based on the current zoom/scroll position.
  • Allows the application to be notified when the user taps on the Photo.


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android2014.06.26 10:46
21 November

Changelog Library

By Martin van Zuilekom

Having a change log in your application gives the user the option to see what new features or bug fixes are done in your app history.
It’s a good way to communicate your hard work done to create your app.

Source: Martin’s random and not so random knowledge


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android2014.06.26 10:45
21 November


By Roman Nurik

Entering data and filling out forms on mobile devices kind of sucks. Because of this, you generally want to put as much of the burden of data entry on yourself—the developer—as you can, and as little on the end user as possible. For example, registration forms with 10 input fields are likely to annoy users far more than those with only 2 input fields… or one… or even none (auto-fill the email and auto-generate a password!).

Having said that, there are a number of very fair use cases that require a lot of user input, or complex user input, and have potentially nontrivial consequences. For example, customizing and ordering physical goods, scheduling bank transactions, or setting up a complex app (or operating system!) for the first time.

Key features

  • Branching, or the ability for wizard steps to influence the availability of later steps
  • Allowing the user to review before committing
  • Allowing the user freeform navigation between wizard steps
  • Support for required and optional steps
  • Support for step classes (technically, each step is an instance of a Java class, so you can have multiple instances within the wizard)


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android2014.06.26 10:44

Android Annotations

AndroidAnnotations is an Open Source framework that speeds up Android development. It takes care of the plumbing, and lets you concentrate on what’s really important. By simplifying your code, it facilitates its maintenance.


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