[F/OS] 🛠️ ComponentUtil - Additional Tools For Visible Components (90+ blocks)

Nice,
SetScale_xy also need)

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Nice,
SetRipple also need)

Hmm...I can't seem to find snippets that help me with ripple effect before. I'll try.

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Most of the blocks are already in component util but I want the remaining ones from here: MakeViewUp Extension: beautify & customize android views so that I can replace my 3 extensions with one extension it will probably make my app bit sorted.

public void SetRipple(AndroidViewComponent in, int color){
   View view = (View) in.getView();
   view.setClickable(true);
   int[][] states = new int[][] {{ android.R.attr.state_pressed}};
   int[] colors = new int[]{color};
   ColorStateList colorStateList = new ColorStateList(states, colors);
   RippleDrawable rippleDrawable = new RippleDrawable(colorStateList, view.getBackground(), null);
   // If state is pressed, it will set background of view , 
   view.setBackground(rippleDrawable);
}
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Thank you. I'll finalize the new version tomorrow.

EDIT: Editing it now...

:chocolate_bar: Version 5

  • New blocks:

SetRipple

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Applies ripple effect for the given component.

Parameters: component = component, color = color

SetScaleX

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Sets the amount that the component is scaled in x around the pivot point, as a proportion of the component's unscaled width. A value of 1 means that no scaling is applied.

Parameters: component = component, scaleX = number (float)

SetScaleY

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Sets the amount that the component is scaled in y around the pivot point, as a proportion of the component's unscaled height. A value of 1 means that no scaling is applied.

Parameters: component = component, scaleY = number (float)

SetScrollbarFadingEnabled

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Define whether scrollbars will fade when the component is not scrolling.

Parameters: component = component, fade = boolean

WillNotDraw

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Checks whether the component can draw on its own.

Returns: boolean

Parameters: component = component

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Thank you so much for SetRipple block :slight_smile:

You are welcome. :wink:

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Thank you @Gordon_Lu , this is very helpful.

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:chocolate_bar: Version 6!

New blocks:

IsDirty

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True if this component has changed since the last time being drawn.

Returns: boolean

Parameters: component = component

IsHovered

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Returns true if the view is currently hovered. This only works on real Android devices that have a mouse and a cursor.

Returns: boolean

Parameters: component = component

OvershootHorizontal

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Start a horizontal overshoot animation. If 'tension' is set to 0 you will not see a overshoot animation. Then you will see just a simple deceleration animation. The duration is set in milliseconds. Use as example for 1 second '1000'.

Parameters: component = component, startPosition = number (float), endPosition = number (float), duration = number (int), tension = number (float)

OvershootVertical

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Start a vertical overshoot animation. If 'tension' is set to 0 you will not see a overshoot animation. Then you will see just a simple deceleration animation. The duration is set in milliseconds. Use as example for 1 second '1000'.

Parameters: component = component, startPosition = number (float), endPosition = number (float), duration = number (int), tension = number (float)

Zoom

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Start a zoom animation. Set 'tension' 0 if you will not see a overshoot animation. Then you will see just a simple deceleration animation. The duration is set in milliseconds. Use as example for 1 second '1000'.

Parameters: component = component, startPosition = number (float), endPosition = number (float), duration = number (int)-

Taken some reference from OvershootInterpolator  |  Android Developers

Hover features require all of these requirements. If even one of them is not fulfilled, this will not work.

  • the device must have a mouse and a cursor that can be used to click, hover or scroll.

  • the device must be a real device, e.g. Android computers. Emulators are not accepted.

  • the device must not be an only touch-screen device, such as smartphones.

Given the fact that only 2% of Android devices fulfill these requirements, please consider whether you should use it.

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Sorry for the delay. I haven't been very active in the community (and I didn't update the extension) these days because I have competitions to attend. Here is version 6.

com.gordonlu.componentutil.aix (31.1 KB)

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Please add Full Clickable function.

Why? Aren't "Click" and "LongClick" enough?

No i want Full Clickable.

I mean why do you need it.

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I created card view, inside have multiple slider and button and text.
I need to disable all chaild component and work only parent card view click function.

My English is not clear.:pensive::pensive:

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Working on it, quite busy these days.

BUG,

if long click, when executed click and longclick together

2022-07-25_12-48-02