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A reusable native Android rich text editor component

A reusable native Android rich text editor component

Aztec: Native HTML Editor for Android

Aztec (which extends EditText) is a rich-text editor component for writing HTML documents in Android.

Supports Android 4.1+ (API 16 - Jelly Bean)

Getting started

Declare the main components in your layout:

Visual editor

<org.wordpress.aztec.AztecText
    android:id="@+id/visual"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:scrollbars="vertical"
    android:imeOptions="flagNoExtractUi"
    aztec:historyEnable="false" />

Source editor

<org.wordpress.aztec.source.SourceViewEditText
    android:id="@+id/source"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:inputType="textNoSuggestions|textMultiLine"
    android:scrollbars="vertical"
    android:imeOptions="flagNoExtractUi"
    aztec:codeBackgroundColor="@android:color/transparent"
    aztec:codeTextColor="@android:color/white" />

Toolbar

<org.wordpress.aztec.toolbar.AztecToolbar
    android:id="@+id/formatting_toolbar"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="@dimen/format_bar_height"
    android:layout_alignParentBottom="true" />

Inflate the views:

val visualEditor = findViewById<AztecText>(R.id.visual)
val sourceEditor = findViewById<SourceViewEditText>(R.id.source)
val toolbar = findViewById<AztecToolbar>(R.id.formatting_toolbar)

Configure Aztec with a provided image & video loaders:

Aztec.with(visualEditor, sourceEditor, toolbar, context)
    .setImageGetter(GlideImageLoader(context))
    .setVideoThumbnailGetter(GlideVideoThumbnailLoader(context))

For more options, such as edit history, listeners and plugins please refer to the demo app implementation.

Build and test

Build the library, build the example project and run unit tests:

$ ./gradlew build

Run unit tests only:

$ ./gradlew test

Before running instrumentation tests

Espresso advises disabling system animations on devices used for testing:

On your device, under Settings->Developer options disable the following 3 settings:

  • Window animation scale
  • Transition animation scale
  • Animator duration scale

One additional setup step is also required to handle an Espresso issue with clicks (see the caveats below):

On your device, under Settings -> Accessibility -> Touch & hold delay, set the delay to Long.

Run the instrumentation tests:

$ ./gradlew cAT

Integrating Aztec in your project

You can import Aztec into your project using Jitpack:

repositories {
    maven { url "https://jitpack.io" }
}
dependencies {
    api ('com.github.wordpress-mobile.WordPress-Aztec-Android:aztec:v1.3.8')
}

Brave developers can either use the project as a source distribution
or have fun with the latest snapshot at their own risk:

dependencies {
    api ('com.github.wordpress-mobile.WordPress-Aztec-Android:aztec:develop-SNAPSHOT')
}

Code formatting

We use ktlint for Kotlin linting. You can run ktlint using ./gradlew ktlint, and you can also run ./gradlew ktlintFormat for auto-formatting. There is no IDEA plugin (like Checkstyle's) at this time.

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