kandi X-RAY | PasswordEditText Summary
kandi X-RAY | PasswordEditText Summary
Password EditText is the easy way to have a reveal password field into your login screens. Let to your users check if they enter correctly their password.
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- Initializes the View
- Replaces the drawable with the specified tint
- Convert dp unit to pixels
- Override method to change the visibility of the password
- Change the visibility of the password
- Initializes the activity with the activity
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I used material design 'com.google.android.material:material:1.3.0' in my Android app ( just to add password toggle for password field). I don't want other material features being included to my EditText.As you can see on the screenshot, blue line appears and also hint text goes up when PasswordEditText is touched. How can i get them rid of and leave only password toggle among material design features?
XML of PasswordEditText:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-18 at 16:24
You need to make two changes:
- Remove blue underline & use your own background:
You need to set
app:boxBackgroundMode="none" to your
If this alone doesn't work then add to your
I am using material design 'com.google.android.material:material:1.3.0' in my Android app ( just to add password toggle for password field). I don't want other material features being included to my EditText.As you can see on the screenshot, green line appears when PasswordEditText is touched. How can i get it rid of and leave only password toggle among material design features?
I tried to use
app:boxBackgroundMode="none" app:boxStrokeWidth="0dp" app:boxStrokeWidthFocused="0dp" app:boxStrokeColor="@android:color/transparent"
to remove the line but it didn't help.
Here is XML of Material design EditText:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-19 at 04:43
android:background="@null in the
Requirement: In Android app code, in MainActivity, I want to call a REST POST API through Volley and then pass the JSON response as it is in next Activity. But the response which gets passed is blank. The code is:
Please note that
System.out.println(globalOutput); //THIS DOESN'T PRINT ANYTHING...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-13 at 12:26
System.out.println is executed before Volley returns the response. Volley's
enqueue method is asynchronous, i.e. you can't tell exactly when it'll be executed.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-17 at 17:18
One quick solution is to move the error message to left using padding.
I am trying to create the Android version of a curl GET request. Works great in terminal, but fails in the app.
The curl request (urls are not real):...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-19 at 16:21
The clue was in the request response error code (406). Instead of this:
I have implemented Junit test with Mokito for my app. I like to test the Login Activity. But getting Nullpointer exception.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-21 at 14:52
In your unit tests you are making calls to
apiInterFace.requestLogin to return
For severals days I'm looking for a way to have a SFTP connection with Delphi. I know that before it was not possible freely (SecureBlackBox, ect...), that for example Indy could not support SFTP but it was old messages. Is it now possible ? I need to read a file using SFTP. Thank you in advance !
I could do what I wanted to do with SecureBridge and , the code below if anyone needs it :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-05 at 02:01
If you are open to using third-party components, I've had good success with SecureBridge with several different versions of Delphi over the years.
Im trying to compare the users input (username and password) with the user objects (eg user1, user5) to see if they match and if they do then the user will be directed into another activity because they would've been able to successfully logged in, and if not a message will be displayed. Ive created a class called User which I call to get the userName and password. I think a if statement will work for this to compare them by using .equal but when I try the app no matter if the input is correct or not it buts the message that the details were incorrect. Its like it is fully ignoring all my if statements apart from the last one. Can anyone tell me if there is a better way to achieve this or if there is something wrong in my code? Errors aren't showing up anywhere.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-17 at 02:00
The properties of an object must not be of the static type, the static value is kept while the application is in use, therefore, each time an instance of the object is created, it acquires a new valueSolution:
Apologies, I know there are similar questions on the forum already, but none of them seem to be quite the same issue as I'm running into here. I've just completed an Android tutorial course, and built and released my very first app - I'm a newbie so forgive me if I've done something stupid!
My app works fine on the laptop - on a variety of emulators, with a variety of SDK versions, and also works on a real device when plugged into the laptop with a USB cable. However, when I upload it onto the GooglePlay store (and wait 3 days for it to get reviewed!) it then doesn't work when I download it - onto the same device as was connected via USB.
The app crashes before the first page even opens, and the only error info I can get it the error info provided by GooglePlay - included below. The problem appears to be with my Parse Initialisation, but I don't know what or why? Any help would be much appreciated!
GOOGLEPLAY ERROR LOG:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-20 at 16:21
Set minifyEnabled true in debug. Maybe minifyEnabled removed some code that it shouldn't. Since it seems to work fine on emulator. And then debug the code locally.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-11 at 16:58
The problem is you initialise your Strings in your OnCreate function. This function is called only once, when your activity starts; therefore, at this point your EditTexts are all empty without any text in it.
To get the current text located in your EditTexts, you should move your initialisations in your
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You can use PasswordEditText 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 PasswordEditText 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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