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Material Data Table android library

Material Data Table android library

DataTable

DataTable is a library for create material data table simply. In this version it is only possible to create tables with string values. Soon, image fields, checkbox fields, input fields and etc will be possible.

This library is optimized for both ltr and rtl languages

this library is compatible to androidx

Preview

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DataTable

Setup

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

Gradle

Step 1. Add it in your root build.gradle at the end of repositories:

allprojects {
	repositories {
		...
		maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
	}
}

Step 2. Add the dependency

// builde.gradle(app level)
dependencies {
    implementation 'com.github.salehyarahmadi:DataTable:v1.0.0'
}

Usage

XML

<ir.androidexception.datatable.DataTable
        android:id="@+id/data_table"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        android:layout_margin="8dp"
        app:header_gravity="center"
        app:row_gravity="center"
        app:header_vertical_padding="16dp"
        app:header_horizontal_padding="0dp"
        app:row_vertical_padding="16dp"
        app:header_text_size="12sp"
        app:row_text_size="12sp"
        app:row_text_color="#000"
        app:header_text_color="#000"
        app:row_background_color="#fff"
        app:header_background_color="#fff"
        app:persian_number="false"
        app:corner_radius="8dp"
        app:direction="ltr"
        app:shadow="8dp"/>

Java

DataTable dataTable = findViewById(R.id.data_table);
        
DataTableHeader header = new DataTableHeader.Builder()
    .item("field name", field weight)
    .item("field name", field weight)
    .item("field name", field weight)
    .item("field name", field weight)
    ...
    .build();
    
ArrayList<DataTableRow> rows = new ArrayList<>();
    // define 200 fake rows for table 
    for(int i=0;i<200;i++) {
        Random r = new Random();
        int random = r.nextInt(i+1);
        int randomDiscount = r.nextInt(20);
        DataTableRow row = new DataTableRow.Builder()
            .value("Product #" + i)
            .value(String.valueOf(random))
            .value(String.valueOf(random*1000).concat("$"))
            .value(String.valueOf(randomDiscount).concat("%"))
            ...
            .build();
        rows.add(row);
    }

dataTable.setTypeface(typeface);
dataTable.setHeader(header);
dataTable.setRows(rows);
dataTable.inflate(context);

field weight is in integer value for determine field width. This value is relative and field size depends on the weight of the other fields.
For example, if a field weight be 2 and other field weight be 4, This means that the width of the second field is twice that of the width of first field.
Also, you can define unlimited number of fields.

You can set xml attributes programmatically

dataTable.setHeaderTextSize();
dataTable.setRowTextSize();
dataTable.setHeaderTextColor();
dataTable.setRowTextColor();
dataTable.setHeaderBackgroundColor();
dataTable.setRowBackgroundColor();
dataTable.setHeaderVerticalPadding();
dataTable.setHeaderHorizontalPadding();
dataTable.setHeaderVerticalMargin();
dataTable.setHeaderHorizontalMargin();
dataTable.setRowVerticalPadding();
dataTable.setRowHorizontalPadding();
dataTable.setRowVerticalMargin();
dataTable.setRowHorizontalMargin();
dataTable.setHeaderGravity();
dataTable.setRowGravity();
dataTable.setDividerThickness();
dataTable.setDividerColor();
dataTable.setCornerRadius();
dataTable.setShadow();
dataTable.setDirection();
dataTable.setPersianNumber();

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