kandi X-RAY | TabLayout Summary
kandi X-RAY | TabLayout Summary
TabLayout extract from Android Design Library for who do not want to import Android Design Library.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Removes a tab from the layout
- Select a tab
- Remove a tab from the layout
- Start scrolling to a tab
- Creates the tab
- Setup the tab with the given ViewPager
- Configure the tab at the given position
- Creates the tab view
- Sets the behavior of this layout
- Update the LayoutParams of all the tabs in the tab
- Apply the orientation and gravity
- Override this method to set the height of the view to be used
- Convert dps to px
- Creates and returns a listener which allows to select the tab
- Returns the tab at the specified index
- Sets the text color of the tab
- Update the tab at the given position
- Helper method to handle menu item selection
- Set the gravity for the tabs
- Remove all tabs from the action bar
- Invoked when the sub - fragment is created
- Returns the number of currently registered tabs
- Returns the number of fragments
- Returns the Fragment at the given position
- Returns the fragment title for the given fragment
TabLayout Key Features
TabLayout Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on TabLayout
Can not remove the glow effect on over-scroll in
I have tried
android:fadingEdge="none" but it doesn't work.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 19:09
I have the follow situation:
- One layout with TabLayout, ViewPager and advertising banner on bottom
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 05:24
Is it better for me to display ads by screen or by tabs?
eCPM doesn't change much with ad placement ( on same screen ), it will definitely have impact. Recommend to play around with admob placement on various screens and measure the performance of each advert by monitoring the analytics.
There are various other factors for eCPM calculation like Country where advertisement is displayed ( e.g. an advert displayed in USA vs ad displayed in India will have different eCPM value). You app category ( game vs education app or kids category app ).
Rather than thinking about eCPM. Always think from user perspective, loading lot of advertisement gives a bad user experience and app retention might be impacted with it. Also prevent placing ad where users might click it accidentally.
Refer to this guideline for Discouraged banner implementation. https://support.google.com/admob/answer/6275345?hl=en&ref_topic=2936214
There are log of good resources provided by google to understand ad placement and how to boost your revenue with minimal disruption to end user. https://admob.google.com/home/resources/
Also rewarded ad is another good option to explore for increasing the ad revenue.
I have a view hierarchy as shown in the image below.
I'm getting strange scroll behaviors like,
- If I scroll (drag slowly or fling) from Area 1 the
AppBarcollapses along with it. This is fine.
- But if I drag slowly from Area 2 the
AppBardoes not collapse. It stays there and
RecyclerViewgoes beneath it. However, it works fine with a fling.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 09:27
To fix this you need a couple of steps:
Wrap the outer
NestedScrollView, and of course transfer the scrolling behavior to it:
BottomSheetDialogFragment and working good vertically dragging states on fragment layout and opening
STATE_EXPANDED mode. There's a
recyclerview inside it and dragging vertically works on the bottom sheet but it doesn't work on
recyclerview because of scrolling event. How the bottom sheet dragging event to work instead of scroll event on
recyclerview when reached top of list and still scrolling up for collapse the bottom sheet?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-01 at 23:19
If you use STATE_EXPANDED mode is default mode and hideable property is true ,you can not drag it down.
So set BottomSheetBehavior.STATE_COLLAPSED is default mode and set hideable ,PeakHight property.
I am facing a problem with my custom
appbar in my
fragment where nothing happens when I click any item in my appbar. I have followed this document to create an appbar in my fragment but still so success.
I have one activity that contains only a fragment container which I switch between fragments from. In one of fragments I want to add a custom fragment owned appbar. I first created a menu like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 13:47
Put this in your fragment
I have a custom CardView that contains a Button, a RadioButton and some Text. I have several of these card placed in a GridLayout. My goal is that each button will play a different sound that will be assigned to it. Is there a way to create one onClick method, that will change the sound played based on which button is clicked? Or do I have to assign a new onClick for each button?
Here is my activity_main.xml...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 07:10
As of the current implementation, you'll need to implement
onClick for each include button in the grid layout.
Try implementing a
recycler view with the grid layout manager, and work with their positions. Work with their positions(store them in a list, or hashmap along with the sound name that you need to play), and onItemClick check the id and play the sound required for the button using an interface.
Other implementation may include creating a custom view class using the
custom_card.xml, and making your own functions inside the view class to work with each button id and song ids.
I am trying to implement collapsing toolbar behaviour in my app with a tab layout. I want to hide the toolbar when in collapse mode and just show the tab layout in collapse mode and in normal mode until collapsed I want to show the toolbar with the title of the app. Currently, it works as I want in collapsed mode I just want to add a toolbar that hides in collapsed mode.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 22:56
You should remove
exitUntilCollapsed from your
So, do it like that
I have a ViewPager2, with two pages. One the get an email and another to get a phone number. To obtain the values I added two get methods to the adapter but I'm not sure this is the correct and safest way to do it. Here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-18 at 14:27
Make this operations in your Fragment code. It's will be clean and make maintain easy.
Actually in my app i had an activity which had a include of first fragment in it and then from that fragment i was able to press some buttons to navigate to another fragment, now i would change the activity and add a tablayout from which i will be able to navigate between the three fragments i have, but by reading the documentation i'm can't understand on how i can use the ViewPager2 to show my fragment in it by cliking on the tab.
My activity layout looks like this now:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-03 at 11:14
You need to use adapter to hook your activity with ViewPager2 object. see here
I'm working on an Android app in Kotlin in which I have a ViewPager and I have a quite simple problem.
How can I change the current tab when the corresponding title is selected in the TabLayout?
Here is my code that configures the ViewPager:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-21 at 13:56
Since the functionality I'm looking for is normally supported natively, I realized that the problem was indeed with my layout. Let me explain: I have an application that contains a navigation drawer. From it, I can access three fragments, one of which contains a TabLayout + ViewPager.
Here is the layout of the fragment that contains a TabLayout + ViewPager:
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You can use TabLayout 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 TabLayout 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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