The source code can be found and used at github at: https://github.com/TobiasBuchholz/CircularViewPager
Feel free to create issues on github for features, bug reports or other stuff.
Have fun playing around.
You can switch between pages and navigate without lose the fragment state. Also, by pressing back button you are able to return to previous fragment.
The source code will be available at:
Feel free to use it in your own projects.
For suggestions, improvements or doubts please contact me through @dani_lao or @pineappslab Twitter accounts.
If you're new to Android programming or simply looking for a refresher on how to use tabs and fragments together to create a user interface, this application is probably worth checking out. It's incredibly simple and there's no shiny bells and whistles added to the application. The user interface is comprised of two tabs that you can switch between and the content within each tab is changed when you press the tabs.
Instructions for how to create a similar tabbed user interface are available at http://devleader.ca/2013/11/04/fragments-tabbed-android-user-interface/. You can also get to the corresponding tutorial article by using the application.
This app renders a Fragment into an Activity. The Fragment contains a button that shows a Toast when clicked.
It is a very basic app that loads the last 50 tweets that contain the word Android when it starts. It does nothing else. It is meant as a learning aid for Android developers. All source code is available here: https://github.com/posco2k8/rest_service_tutorial.
It is a very basic app that loads the last 50 tweets that contain the word Android when it starts. It does nothing else. It is meant as a learning aid for Android developers. All source code is available here: https://github.com/posco2k8/rest_loader_tutorial.