/ Seekbar

A SeekBarView restrained by a minimum and maximum value

A SeekBarView restrained by a minimum and maximum value

SeekBarRangedView

Back in 2014 I contributed to this project by adding a few functionalities to RangeSeekBar.java. The repo had no activity since then, so I've decided to extend it and continue. Credits must be shared with Nick Knudson ;)

Version 2.x

  • October, 2019 - Thumbs by drawable better support
  • August, 2019 - Progress-by-Step added

sample4

sample5

Version 1.x

  • March, 2018 - Programmatically change max and min values
  • August, 2017 - SeekBarRangedView

Getting started

Include it into your project, for example, as a Gradle compile dependency:

implementation 'com.github.guilhe:seekbar-ranged-view:${LATEST_VERSION}'

Sample usage

Check out the sample module where you can find a few examples of how to create it by xml or java.

Attributes accepted in xml:

<resources>
        <attr name="min" format="float"/>
        <attr name="max" format="float"/>
        <attr name="currentMin" format="float"/>
        <attr name="currentMax" format="float"/>
        <attr name="rounded" format="boolean"/>
        <attr name="backgroundColor" format="color"/>
        <attr name="backgroundHeight" format="dimension"/>
        <attr name="progressColor" format="color"/>
        <attr name="progressHeight" format="dimension"/>
        <attr name="thumbsResource" format="reference"/>
        <attr name="thumbNormalResource" format="reference"/>
        <attr name="thumbPressedResource" format="reference"/>
</resources>

Example:

<com.github.guilhe.views.SeekBarRangedView
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        custom:currentMin="10"
        custom:backgroundColor="#C0C0C0"
        custom:progressColor="@color/progress_bar_line"
        custom:backgroundHeight="10dp"
        custom:progressHeight="20dp"
        custom:rounded="true"/>

For android:layout_height you should use "wrap_content":

sample1

otherwise you'll be adding "margins" to your view (ex, android:layout_height="200dp"):

sample2

If you want to change its height, use the backgroundHeight and/or progressHeight attributes instead:

sample3

There are many methods to help you customize this View by code. For more details checkout the sample app, javadocs or the code itself.

Sample

sample-1

Animation last update on November, 2018 (outdated)

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