kandi X-RAY | FloatingView Summary
kandi X-RAY | FloatingView Summary
Floating controls for the meta effect
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handles a touch event
- Start drag animation
- Set the offset
- Judge direction based on distance
- On touch event
- Update view position
- Get maximum move distance
- Get status bar height
- Intercept the touch event
- Start the click animation
- Show function
- Check if currently running or not
- Creates the float view
- Set the layout parameters
- Create float view
- Draws the inner ball
- Draws this circle
- Calculate the center rectangle
- Set the color and stop colors
- Remove floatView
- Get the window manager
- Initialize the View
- Initialize the gradient
- This method is called when a start command is started
FloatingView Key Features
FloatingView Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on FloatingView
I have an app that uses a StateObject in a redux-like pattern. It's been working fine - until I tried to implement a NavigationView with NavigationLinks that can be used programmatically.
Every time I try to send a "dispatch" action from a child view, it pops the child off the navigation stack. I thought perhaps the problem had something to do with where I was passing the enviromentObject, so I moved it from the NavigationView to the child views. No change.
Why are my views popped immediately? Is there some redraw triggering that I'm unaware of?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-09 at 15:53
In mocking up a Store where dispatches mutates a root @Published state that directly fires ObjectWillChange, I can replicate your popping behavior. If I separate state mutation from ObjectWillChange by using CurrentValueSubject or nesting an ObservableObject, NavigationLink performs exactly as desired.
I'd suggest decoupling a global root state firing from mandatorily marking all views as dirty. That way you can use a diffing mechanism to trigger that yourself.
That said, maybe there's a workaround re: @loremipsum comment. I am unfamiliar with that as I work with NavigationView in macOS multi-pane only, where I find it very reliable.Edit: Example
Given your Q in the comment, here is a rough demo that keeps your root state on an @Published property.
That lets you pass your old store into the environment and use it as normal for views that you're OK with diffing for every possible state mutation.
Mock store & container
From MainActivity I'm passing an intent to startService. That service is successfully started.
On that service, there is a small rectangle of text ("hello, world") that is originally initialized in an XML layout. In the service code reproduced below, I'm first changing that textView01 text to instead be a string that expresses the date and time. That too is successful (i.e., the user never sees "hello, world" onscreen as the service is started, only the date and time string).
In the same code immediately below that, I update that date and time delayed by 3 seconds. Successful (I'm look at the string change in real time onscreen).
My problem: I can't get it to keep repeating that update. I've tried every loop and delay and wait and sleep and everything else that I've researched and can think of, all to no avail. It currently just stops after having updated--once--after 3 seconds.
Thank you for any help that you can provide....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-06 at 19:35
Just repost your update to the
Handler, like this:
I am trying to implement a BottomNavigationView, I am aware that there are multiple answers about the same question however none of them seems to work for me.
I followed this doc
In preview mode, I get this error...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-21 at 20:46
Use activity theme Theme.MaterialComponents.DayNight
Could not find multidex.jar (com.android.support:multidex:1.0.2). Searched in the following locations: https://jcenter.bintray.com/com/android/support/multidex/1.0.2/multidex
I have just installed latest version of Android Studio 3.1.3 When i tried to sync my project it shows failed to resolve : multidex
Also i tried https://jcenter.bintray.com/com/android/support/multidex/1.0.2/multidex this link which shows 404 error. Please help
Project Level :...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-11 at 07:07
Since you are developing using Android Studio 3.1.3, try to update your
build.gradle dependencies and plugin as well to their latest version.
And move your repository
google() to the
You can try this:
this is the floagingview.It can drag...
I need to set the layout to hide or show in the code.
problem : listview_left、listview_left no way to hide or show
This code has hidden settings but has no effect.
listview_left.setVisibility(View.GONE) and listview_right.setVisibility(View.GONE)
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-11 at 04:05
you don't need to inflate
playground_float_view 2 times.
just remove below line from your code -
I am trying to change the image in an ImageView of a different layout. For this, I am using Layout Inflator, because I don't know any other way. The image gets visible when users click a button and according to the selected button, image gets visible. But this method is not working for me.
This is my layout file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-18 at 14:05
I don't understand your question, but I can see some big flaws in posted code...
First of all this code do not belong to
A Service has to inflate a layout to show as a floating widget. I'm able to infalte with non-material UI components. But when I use material components like button, app crashes with following error....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-12 at 05:22
As per @StanislavBondar's comment, able to inflate layout with material components in service.
I don't know why my table view disappears after I reach the bottom of my table view.
here is the gif file of my problem: http://g.recordit.co/4hizPCyctM.gif
here is my code in my view controller...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-20 at 11:26
Remove optional handling in numberOfRowsInSection because products count never 0. and tableview hidden code is never excuted.
I have a UIView class...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-11 at 07:50
I somehow fixed it by setting the constrains from within the custom class to its superview rather than from the controller.
I have a complex "floating view" hierarchy that I am moving between different activities. As these views are shared across activities, they should all have a
MutableContextWrapper that will allow them to change the base context. In theory I can have multiple floating views simultaneously.
Here is an example XML for a floating view:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-20 at 15:18
The root cause for the issue I saw was the way the default LayoutInflater works (the one you get from
LayoutInflater.from(context)). It uses the last activity to inflate the views and that was the reason I got the undesired result. I can't say I too thrilled with the solution, but it seems to be working. What you have to do is to create a custom LayoutInflater and set its
Factory. According to some documentations I read, the solution I used might have compatibility issues in case you are using support/compat views, but I assume you can go around those issues as well in case you encounter it.
Here is the code for the custom
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use FloatingView like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the FloatingView component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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