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A simple color picker library for Android

A simple color picker library for Android

ColorPicker

A simple Android color picker library.

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Download

Download the latest JAR or grab via Gradle:

implementation 'petrov.kristiyan:colorpicker-library:1.1.10'

How to use

Example 1 :

ColorPicker colorPicker = new ColorPicker(activity);
colorPicker.show();
colorPicker.setOnChooseColorListener(new ColorPicker.OnChooseColorListener() {
	@Override
	public void onChooseColor(int position,int color) {
	    // put code
	}

	@Override
	public void onCancel(){
	// put code
	}
});

Example 2 :

final ColorPicker colorPicker = new ColorPicker(SampleActivity.this);
colorPicker.setFastChooser(new ColorPicker.OnFastChooseColorListener() {
	@Override
	public void setOnFastChooseColorListener(int position, int color) {
	  // put code
	}

	@Override
	public void onCancel(){
	// put code
	}
})
.setDefaultColor(Color.parseColor("#f84c44"))
.setColumns(5)
.show();

Example 3 :

final ColorPicker colorPicker = new ColorPicker(SampleActivity.this);
colorPicker.setOnChooseColorListener(new ColorPicker.OnChooseColorListener() {
	@Override
	public void onChooseColor(int position,int color) {
	// put code
	}

	@Override
	public void onCancel(){
	// put code
	}
})
.addListenerButton("newButton", new ColorPicker.OnButtonListener() {
	@Override
	public void onClick(View v, int position, int color) {
	    // put code
	}
})
.disableDefaultButtons(true)
.setDefaultColor(Color.parseColor("#f84c44"))
.setColumns(5)
.setDialogFullHeight()
.show();

What you can do

Choose your own colors

setColors(int resId); // using an array resource
setColors(ArrayList<String> colorsHexList); // using a list of hex colors
setColors(int... colorsList); // use a list of colors Color.RED,Color.Black etc
setDefaultColorButton(int color); // set the colorButton to check by default

Define Listeners

setOnFastChooseColorListener(OnFastChooseColorListener listener); // renamed in version 1.1.0
setOnChooseColorListener(OnChooseColorListener listener);

Add custom buttons

addListenerButton(String text, Button button, OnButtonListener listener); // custom button
addListenerButton(String text, final OnButtonListener listener); // it will generate a button with default style

General methods you can use:

setDialogFullHeight(); // bigger height
dismissDialog(); // dismiss dialog slowly
setColumns(int c); // set columns number
setTitle(String title); // set the title of the dialog
setTitlePadding(int left, int top, int right, int bottom);
disableDefaultButtons(boolean disableDefaultButtons); // use if you want to implement your own buttons

getDialogBaseLayout(); // returns the RelativeLayout used as base for the dialog
getDialogViewLayout(); // returns the view inflated into the dialog
getDialog(); // returns the dialog
getPositiveButton(); // returns the positive button defined by default
getNegativeButton(); // returns the negative button defined by default
setDismissOnButtonListenerClick(boolean dismiss); // renamed in version 1.1.0

ColorButtons changes you can do:

setColorButtonTickColor(int color);  // renamed in version 1.1.0
setColorButtonDrawable(int drawable);
setColorButtonSize(int width, int height);
setColorButtonMargin(int left, int top, int right, int bottom);
setRoundColorButton(boolean roundButton);

Removed from version 1.1.0

setPositiveButton(String text, OnButtonListener listener); // not present from version 1.1.0 
setNegativeButton(String text, OnButtonListener listener); // not present from version 1.1.0

Additional Credits

for the Material Dialog library for button design specs and implementation
https://github.com/drakeet/MaterialDialog

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