In the sample project, there is an activity that will make the overlay appear when the app is in the background, or hide it when the app is in the foreground. This project works only as a concept and idea on what you can do with overlays and how to get started. If you do use some of the code used here, give credit if you feel like it, or mention the repo somewhere in your project.
Have a look at the code here: https://github.com/alexstyl/FloatingViewService
Implement any form with only one EditText. The idea here is to pack a multiple input form in one field. As a result, the user input is easier and a more fluent process.
Also, TextSwitcher got completely rediscovered to animate the form: title, error message. It's very basic but simple to use.
Here is a video demonstrating a sample form: http://youtu.be/A99g6NDvn_w
Android open source library can be found at GitHub: https://github.com/HeinrichReimer/material-singleinputform
This is just a simple demo for the Open Source SwipeListView Android Library by 47 Degrees. Find all source, documentation and packaged downloads at GitHub. Cheers!
* OX Login (Change URL and credentials in settings!)
* Get standard task folder
* Voice recognition to create simple tasks
* Get List of all tasks from standard task folder
* Show all tasks in listview
* Delete single task via swipe gesture from listview
Please note that you need an Open-Xchange account. Details about demo accounts can be found on https://dev.ox.io
Once started simple go to the settings and enter valid user/pass combination as well as the server URL and have fun.
Source code: https://github.com/bishoph/OXAndroidDemo
You can find the project on Github (http://rey5137.github.io/material).
Feel free to use it all you want in your Android apps provided that you cite this project and include the license in your app.
Material Library is inspired by Google's Material Design (http://www.google.com/design/spec/material-design/introduction.html)
Android Maps Extensions "extends" Google Maps Android API v2 and adds some neat features to the original library.
* configurable Marker Clustering engine
* getData and setData to easily attach model data to Markers and other visual objects
* animating Markers
* ability to get a list of all Markers, Circles, Polylines, Polygons, Ground or Tile Overlays
* and many other
Note: some screens will show ANR when opened. This is intentional and shows the difference between ofiicial Google Maps Android API v2 and dynamic and/or clustering settings in Android Maps Extensions when displaying 20 000 markers.
AME and this demo source code is available on Google Code and GitHub: