Tag: layout

  • The merge tag

    The merge tag allows you to avoid an unnecessary use of nested layouts when you use the include tag.

  • Swipe views

    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…

  • Customizing the labels of an ActionBar

    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…

  • Tab Layout in Android with ActionBar and Fragment

    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.

  • Tab Layout in Android

    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.

  • Dynamic TableLayout in Android

    In this post I explain how to implement in runtime a table with rows and columns without using a XML file. To display the borders of the TextView I use the method illustrated here.

  • Placing the components of a LinearLayout

    The purpose of layout is to arrange the various components within itself according to a particular scheme and the LinearLayout is the simplest of layout which is proposed by default when you create an Android project.