via Material Design QuickTip – Floating Action Button and Snackbar | Anderson Leite | Blog.
Let’s explore some Material Design UI components and use Butter Knife to access this components easily
Some weeks ago I was having a conversation with some designers atR/GA. In this talk we discussed about a specific topic in Material Design related to making all the apps becoming almost visually equals between them.
My friend Fabricio Teixeira wrote a very good post about that, covering his thoughts and comparing apps. In that time, Google had not yet released any supporting library to help developers to develop apps using Material Design.
But after Google I/O 2015 we can now use Android Design Support Libraryto bring material design to life in a easier way.
In this article we’ll see how to implement two of these UI components:Floating Action Button and Snackbar.
via Codelab for Android Design Support Library used in I/O Rewind Bangkok session :: The Cheese Factory.
t the moment I believe that there is no any Android Developer who doesn’t know about Material Design anymore since it officially becomes a design philosophy by shaking the world of design in passed year.
Surprisingly that it was not easy to implement Material Design in android application because those Material Design’s UI Component like Floating Action Button (FAB) wasn’t available in Android pre-Lollipop. Only choice we had was to use 3rd party library published by indie android developer out there.
Here comes a good news. Last week during Google I/O 2015 event, Google announced the most excited support library within year named Android Design Support Library providing a bunch of useful Material Design UI Components in a single library. Let me use this chance to describe to you one by one how to use each of them through this article.
Please check the video below as the final of result of this tutorial.
via Exploring the new Android Design Support Library — ribot labs — Medium.
This new library introduces several new components previously not available out-of-the-box. Here we take a brief look at what they are, what they do and how we can implement them.
via Building Material Design App Using Android Design Support Library and AppCompat Theme | HMKCode.
Android Design Support Librarybrings a number of material design components that are compatiable with all Android 2.1 or higher devices. The new componenets arenavigation view view,TextInputLayout for floating labels for editing text, a floating action button, snackbar, tabs,coordinatorLayout, AppBarLayout& Collapsing Toolbars. In this post we will create an app that follows material design specifications using the new components provided byDesign Support Library. .
via Material Design Tabs with Android Design Support Library.
This is my third post where I continue to bring you more from the Design Support Library. Let’s look at adding a Material Design Tab strip for our apps with on scroll animations.
Tabs make it easy to explore and switch between different views. Provides a way for displaying grouped content. – source