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If you're looking at applications that follow the latest Material Design design specifications (if not, assume you do!) You may find that there are a lot of side-slip menu animations that look comfortable and very large. Examples are as follows (v ...
Posted on Thu, 11 Jul 2019 19:02:50 -0400 by Corona4456
Recent research Android New controls developed include drawer layout, Navigation View, Coordinator Layout, AppBarLayout, Toolbar, TabLayout, Swipe Refresh Layout, Recyclerview, etc.
Firstly, the effect map is shown.
Dralayou and Navigation View form drawer effect on the main interface. The layout file is as follows:
Posted on Mon, 08 Jul 2019 18:52:03 -0400 by sivarts
Google provides DrawerLayout and Sliding PaneLayout layouts in its support library to help us achieve the effect of sidebar sliding.Behind these two powerful layouts, there is a little-known but powerful class, ViewDragHelper.With ViewDragHelper, you can basically achieve a variety of different sliding, drag and drop requirements, which is als ...
Posted on Thu, 04 Jul 2019 13:28:17 -0400 by wakerider017
Introduction to Drawer Layout
Navigation drawers are displayed on the left-most side of the screen. By default, they are hidden. When a user slides his finger from the edge to another, a hidden panel appears. When he clicks on the outside of the panel or slides in the original direction, the drawer navigation disappears.
Well, this drawer is ...
Posted on Mon, 15 Apr 2019 17:18:32 -0400 by jennifer_ann
After Android 5.0, Google launched a series of control libraries in the Material Design style, which are encapsulated in the Android Design Support Library. There are mainly the following controls:
NavigationView, RecyclerView, CardView, NavigationView,
CoordinatorLayout, CollapsingToolbarLayout, TabLayout, TextInputLayout，
Posted on Thu, 11 Apr 2019 12:45:32 -0400 by juniorbisono
Android Design Support Library brings some important Material Design components to developers and is downward compatible with Android 2.1. Navigation View is one of them, which can be used to easily create navigation drawers.
The implementation steps are as follows:
Add the following code to the layout file:
Posted on Tue, 12 Feb 2019 18:36:18 -0500 by patrickrock
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Android Studio 3.2 JDK 1.8 runs with Android 7.1 (project itself does not require permission to apply)
4 libraries that need to be added (all the latest libraries so far added to build.gradle)
Posted on Sat, 02 Feb 2019 04:42:17 -0500 by sniperscope
Android Design Support Library Series The third bullet, the realization of Navigation View drawer menu
Left pop-up menu
Drawer menu page is a very common page design, although there are many third-party libraries (Sliding Menu) to help us achieve this function, but if you do it yourself, it is really a troublesome job. In Android Design Sup ...
Posted on Wed, 12 Dec 2018 20:18:05 -0500 by lupus2k5