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Android AlertDialog with moving dots progress indicator

Android AlertDialog with moving dots progress indicator

Spots progress dialog

Android AlertDialog with moving spots progress indicator packed as android library.

Android-AlertDialogc

Android-AlertDialog

Usage

The library available in maven central repository. You can get it using:

dependencies {
    compile 'com.github.d-max:spots-dialog:[email protected]'
}

Javadoc and sources package [classifiers][3] available too.

Note: The library requires minimum API level 15.

[SpotsDialog][4] class is an inheritor of a AlertDialog class. You can use it just like simple [AlertDialog][5]. For example:

AlertDialog dialog = new SpotsDialog(context);
dialog.show();
...
dialog.dismiss();

Attention!
If you're using proguard, add this code to your rules file:

-keep class dmax.dialog.** {
    *;
}

Customization

Use android styles to customize the dialog.
Next custom attributes provided:

  • DialogTitleAppearance : style reference
  • DialogTitleText : string
  • DialogSpotColor : color
  • DialogSpotCount : integer

For example:

Provide you own style resource:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<resources>
    <style name="Custom" parent="android:Theme.DeviceDefault.Dialog">
        <item name="DialogTitleAppearance">@android:style/TextAppearance.Medium</item>
        <item name="DialogTitleText">Updating…</item>
        <item name="DialogSpotColor">@android:color/holo_orange_dark</item>
        <item name="DialogSpotCount">4</item>
    </style>
</resources>

Pass it into constuctor:

new SpotsDialog(context, R.style.Custom).show();

Result:

![Example Image1][2]

If you need to change just a dialogs message, use constructor:

new SpotsDialog(context, "Завантаження").show();

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