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Android SeekBar and Custom SeekBar Examples

In this post, details on how to use android seek bar, material styles, custom material styles, SeekBar event handling, custom seek bar, and seek bar custom track, thumb and tickMark are covered.

Android ProgressBar and Custom ProgressBar Examples

In this post, you can find details on progress bar attributes, updating progress bar, progress bar material styles, custom material style, custom progress bar, custom horizontal progress bar, and custom circular or indeterminate progress bar.

Android Switch Button and Custom Switch Examples

This post shows how to use android switch button, apply material styles, create custom styles, create custom switch button and how to handle switch button click events.

Android Toggle Button

In this post, I’ll show how to style toggle button, create custom styles for it, and customize toggle button by setting custom background and button.

Android RecyclerView RadioGroup

This post explains how to use android RecyclerView and RadioGroup with an example and it also shows how to implement the requirement of single selection of radio button out of multiple radiogroups.

Android RecyclerView RadioButton

This post explains how to use android RecyclerView and RadioButton with an example.

Android RecyclerView Checkbox

This post explains how to use android RecyclerView and Checkbox with an example.

Android UI Control RadioButton

This post covers Android UI control RadioButton, its attributes, button custom drawable, RadioButton themes and styles, custom styles, and handling RadioButton click events.

Android UI Control Checkbox

This post covers Android UI control checkbox, its attributes, button custom drawable, checkbox themes and styles, custom styles, handling checkbox click events and checkbox listview example.

Android Button

One of the important UI components in applications is Button. Button can be used to provide actions for user to perform and attach user events to back end behavior.

Android Material Styles and Themes

Android platform provides material styles and themes which follow material design guidelines. Material themes were introduced in Android 5.0 (API level 21).

Android Application UI Styles and Themes

Android styles and themes are similar to CSS used in web application user interface design. You can define look and feel attributes such as color, font, padding, background, animations, etc., in one file and apply them to UI components throughout the application.