kandi X-RAY | MaskedEditText Summary
kandi X-RAY | MaskedEditText Summary
Extension of EditText that enables masking user input.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handle text change
- Set a new mask
- Invalidate the mask
- Removes non - masked characters from the supplied input
- Replaces the input text
- Replace a text that has been changed by another text
- Apply mask
- Checks if the input is configured with the given mask
- Method triggered when the remove mask button is clicked
- Validates the mask settings
- Removes the default mask
- Set mask length
- Enables or disables the mask length
- Called when the mask text is changed
- Gets the mask character
- Creates the initial content view
- Returns a list of supported input types
- Called when an input type is selected
- Handle masked input
- String representation of this mask
- Initializes the settings
- On destroy callback
- Returns a hashCode of this mask
- Restore the mask
- Compares this mask with the specified mask
- Method triggered when the raw input label widget is clicked
MaskedEditText Key Features
MaskedEditText Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on MaskedEditText
I'm trying to use MaskedEditText for the phone number. This is the xml code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-29 at 15:27
According to the library which you are using https://github.com/egslava/edittext-mask,
I am developing an open source text masker. You can click here to see source code.
My problem is that, when I wrap my custom edit text with TextInputLayout, onTextChanged is being triggered twice only for first letter. Then it works as expected.
This "twice call" breaks my logic. Do you guys have any idea what might be the problem? Since it is being used by other developers, I don't want to fix it with hacky solution. I need to find out the problem.
I set text manually after removing text watcher, then I add text watcher again.
Here is my main logic;
This method is being called only once;...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-17 at 10:16
If you are calling addTextChangedListener() from onCreate() or init() move the call into onResume() or any other function called later, otherwise onTextChanged() is triggered before the resume
In project I have several
buildTypes and several
folders for combinations
In each folder I have custom
Application class +
AndroidManifest to register this
Sometime, but just sometimes build fails with
cannot find symbol error:
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-03 at 10:30
Might be complete nonsense, but have you ever tested it with putting a default value directly in your defaultConfig?
I have searched a lot here and on Google and found no answer that solved my problem. When i run my app from instant run, it works perfectly. When i generate my release APK, it doesn't open and show this error only on Lollipop builds (5.0 and 5.1, works fine on 6.0>):...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-13 at 18:18
I faced similar problem.
This is because of the instant run feature is enabled. Just disable it, clean the project then build the project. Now generate release Apk. It will work.
May be Android Studio is not including all files in Apk, when we use the instant run to fasten the process.
Android Studio --> File --> Setting --> Build, execution, deploy --> Instant run.
Android Studio --> Preferences --> Build, Execution, Deployment --> Instant Run.
Yesterday, without any reason, my Android Studio starts to show the following message:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-02 at 02:29
If you can't update it, you can just disable it like this: Double shift -> Plugins -> installed -> search Kotlin -> right click -> Disable -> OK reopen this dialog again: Double shift -> Plugins -> installed -> search Kotlin -> right click -> Enable -> OK -> Restart IDE And it'd done.
- In "Settings"->"Android SDK"->"SDK Tools"
Google Play servicesis checked and installed v.46
- Removed folder
- "Clean Project"
- "Rebuild Project"
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-27 at 08:43
My problem is not the same as yours,but I think it maybe work for you too. You should change the value of compileSdkVersion from 25 to 26,then sync.See if it works.
I have the following axml which includes a Floating Action Button which I use to provide instructions to the user. Originally I wasn't able to have the button float correctly at the bottom right of the screen because of the scrollview, but was fixed here: Floating action button over a scrollview stuck at top. Now that the button "floats" correctly,
FindViewById can't find it! No idea whats going on, how can I fix this?
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-10 at 09:34
Please delete the "bin" and "obj" folder in your project, after that, rebuild your project.
Recently I updated my Android Studio version to 3.1. After updating my project is not building and instead is giving me the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-02 at 06:48
When upgrading to 3.1, I updated all the libraries to the latest version and got the same problem as you.
I rolled back the build.gradle file and it compiles without issue. I then updated one library at a time and found that the retrofit was the one causing the problem (2.4.0 didn't work for me, but 2.3.0 works).
How can I fix this issues while compiling release build in Android Studio 3.0 RC2
Error:Error: commons-logging defines classes that conflict with classes now provided by Android. Solutions include finding newer versions or alternative libraries that don't have the same problem (for example, for httpclient use HttpUrlConnection or okhttp instead), or repackaging the library using something like jarjar. [DuplicatePlatformClasses]
Error:Error: httpclient defines classes that conflict with classes now provided by Android. Solutions include finding newer versions or alternative libraries that don't have the same problem (for example, for httpclient use HttpUrlConnection or okhttp instead), or repackaging the library using something like jarjar. [DuplicatePlatformClasses]
My build.gradle is...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-30 at 20:35
I fixed this with a clean/rebuild. Also be sure to have annotationProcessor 'com.github.bumptech.glide:compiler:4.2.0' in your gradle for Glide.
I have the following axml that doesn't work apparently because I have multible linear layouts. I need to make this layout scrollable as I have a lot of data that I need to capture. Nothing I've been able to find has worked....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-19 at 17:38
The reason is Scroll View can only have one direct child :
Solution just wrap all your child layouts into one LinearLayout
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use MaskedEditText 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 MaskedEditText 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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