In the post Tab Layout in Android with ActionBar and Fragment the fragments can’t be replaced later, in this post I write the changes in order to replace the first fragment of the first tab with a third fragment using a button at runtime.
In the post Tabs and swipe views Szymon asks how to implement a WebView in order to preserve its state moving from one tab to another in a similar way as explained in How to save the state of a WebView inside a Fragment of an Action Bar.
The idea for this post came to me after reading the comment of Esthon Wood: “do you have any idea on how to save the state of the WebView? I mean, the webview refreshes everytime I tap on the tab.” in the post Tab Layout in Android with ActionBar and Fragment.
In the post Tab Layout in Android with ActionBar and Fragment I wrote an example about tabs in an action bar where each label open a fragment that you can not change at runtime.
In this post I explain how to replace a fragment with an other using a button.
In the post Tab Layout in Android with ActionBar and Fragment I explain how to implement tabs and in the post Swipe views I explain how to implement the swipe views or scrolling tabs using the ViewPager of the Compatibility Package.
In this post I explain how to implement 3 tabs that look like those in the post Tab Layout in Android with ActionBar and Fragment but with similar functionality to the swipe views.
In Implementing Effective Navigation there is an example for this type of layout using ViewPager and FragmentPagerAdapter, which are part of the Compatibility Package.
In a previous post I implemented a layout with 2 tabs using an action bar and fragments; the disadvantage of this layout is that dragging horizzontally the views in a similar way to Google Play would be very natural for the user.
In Horizontal View Swiping with ViewPager you can see how to get this layout using ViewPager, which is part of the Compatibility Package.
In the post Tab Layout in Android with ActionBar and Fragment I wrote an example of using an ActionBar whose labels are shown in uppercase even if you use the statement:
actionBar.newTab (). setText (“my string”);
where “my string” is lowercase.
In this article I show how to customize the labels in lowercase but it is evident that you can customize many other aspects.
In a previous post I wrote an example of Layout Tab using a TabActivity class that it is deprecated since version 3.0 Honeycomb of Android.
In this post I develop the same interface using ActionBar and Fragment, and I tried wherever possible to limit the changes to the files *.xml.
This post is an example of implementing a tab layout in Android using a TabActivity class.
The TabActivity class is deprecated since version 3.0 Honeycomb, then you should use ActionBar as I’ll write in a next post.