/ Dialogs

A beautiful and clever alert dialog for Android

A beautiful and clever alert dialog for Android

Sweet Alert Dialog

SweetAlert for Android, a beautiful and clever alert dialog

Inspired by JavaScript SweetAlert

Setup

The simplest way to use SweetAlertDialog is to add the library as aar dependency to your build.

Maven

<dependency>
  <groupId>cn.pedant.sweetalert</groupId>
  <artifactId>library</artifactId>
  <version>1.3</version>
  <type>aar</type>
</dependency>

Gradle

repositories {
    mavenCentral()
}

dependencies {
    compile 'cn.pedant.sweetalert:library:1.3'
}

Usage

show material progress

SweetAlertDialog pDialog = new SweetAlertDialog(this, SweetAlertDialog.PROGRESS_TYPE);
pDialog.getProgressHelper().setBarColor(Color.parseColor("#A5DC86"));
pDialog.setTitleText("Loading");
pDialog.setCancelable(false);
pDialog.show();

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You can customize progress bar dynamically with materialish-progress methods via SweetAlertDialog.getProgressHelper():

  • resetCount()
  • isSpinning()
  • spin()
  • stopSpinning()
  • getProgress()
  • setProgress(float progress)
  • setInstantProgress(float progress)
  • getCircleRadius()
  • setCircleRadius(int circleRadius)
  • getBarWidth()
  • setBarWidth(int barWidth)
  • getBarColor()
  • setBarColor(int barColor)
  • getRimWidth()
  • setRimWidth(int rimWidth)
  • getRimColor()
  • setRimColor(int rimColor)
  • getSpinSpeed()
  • setSpinSpeed(float spinSpeed)

thanks to the project materialish-progress and @croccio participation.

more usages about progress, please see the sample.

A basic message:

new SweetAlertDialog(this)
    .setTitleText("Here's a message!")
    .show();

A title with a text under:

new SweetAlertDialog(this)
    .setTitleText("Here's a message!")
    .setContentText("It's pretty, isn't it?")
    .show();

A error message:

new SweetAlertDialog(this, SweetAlertDialog.ERROR_TYPE)
    .setTitleText("Oops...")
    .setContentText("Something went wrong!")
    .show();

A warning message:

new SweetAlertDialog(this, SweetAlertDialog.WARNING_TYPE)
    .setTitleText("Are you sure?")
    .setContentText("Won't be able to recover this file!")
    .setConfirmText("Yes,delete it!")
    .show();

A success message:

new SweetAlertDialog(this, SweetAlertDialog.SUCCESS_TYPE)
    .setTitleText("Good job!")
    .setContentText("You clicked the button!")
    .show();

A message with a custom icon:

new SweetAlertDialog(this, SweetAlertDialog.CUSTOM_IMAGE_TYPE)
    .setTitleText("Sweet!")
    .setContentText("Here's a custom image.")
    .setCustomImage(R.drawable.custom_img)
    .show();

Bind the listener to confirm button:

new SweetAlertDialog(this, SweetAlertDialog.WARNING_TYPE)
    .setTitleText("Are you sure?")
    .setContentText("Won't be able to recover this file!")
    .setConfirmText("Yes,delete it!")
    .setConfirmClickListener(new SweetAlertDialog.OnSweetClickListener() {
        @Override
        public void onClick(SweetAlertDialog sDialog) {
            sDialog.dismissWithAnimation();
        }
    })
    .show();

Show the cancel button and bind listener to it:

new SweetAlertDialog(this, SweetAlertDialog.WARNING_TYPE)
    .setTitleText("Are you sure?")
    .setContentText("Won't be able to recover this file!")
    .setCancelText("No,cancel plx!")
    .setConfirmText("Yes,delete it!")
    .showCancelButton(true)
    .setCancelClickListener(new SweetAlertDialog.OnSweetClickListener() {
        @Override
        public void onClick(SweetAlertDialog sDialog) {
            sDialog.cancel();
        }
    })
    .show();

Change the dialog style upon confirming:

new SweetAlertDialog(this, SweetAlertDialog.WARNING_TYPE)
    .setTitleText("Are you sure?")
    .setContentText("Won't be able to recover this file!")
    .setConfirmText("Yes,delete it!")
    .setConfirmClickListener(new SweetAlertDialog.OnSweetClickListener() {
        @Override
        public void onClick(SweetAlertDialog sDialog) {
            sDialog
                .setTitleText("Deleted!")
                .setContentText("Your imaginary file has been deleted!")
                .setConfirmText("OK")
                .setConfirmClickListener(null)
                .changeAlertType(SweetAlertDialog.SUCCESS_TYPE);
        }
    })
    .show();

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