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Meet Fireworky Pull To Refresh for Android

Meet Fireworky Pull To Refresh for Android

FireworkyPullToRefresh

Let's try to refresh your data with our library!

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It’s time to add some creativity to good old pull to refresh view. You can now literally launch your feed content or search results like a firework! Entertain your app users while they are waiting for refreshment — it’s easy with Fireworky Pull To Refresh library for Android apps.

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Check out the animation on the Fireworky Pull To Refresh for Android on YouTube in HD quality.

What will you receive by using the Fireworky Pull To Refresh component in your app? The answer is pretty obvious: original and inspiring design element to generate well-disposed users. So, here you go!

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Setup and usage

Installation

by Gradle:

    compile 'com.cleveroad:fireworkypulltorefresh:1.0.3'

or just download zip and import module "fireworky-pull-to-refresh" to be able to modify the sources.

Supported Views

  • RecyclerView
  • ListView
  • ScrollView
  • NestedScrollView

How do I get set up?

Just wrap your view:


<com.cleveroad.pulltorefresh.firework.FireworkyPullToRefreshLayout
        android:id="@+id/pullToRefresh"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent">

        <android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView
            android:id="@+id/recyclerView"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="match_parent"/>

</com.cleveroad.ptr.FireworkyPullToRefreshLayout>

Configuration

Via XML


<com.cleveroad.pulltorefresh.firework.FireworkyPullToRefreshLayout
        xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
        ...
        app:ptr_fireworkColors="@array/fireworkColors"
        app:ptr_background="@drawable/background"
        app:ptr_rocketAnimDuration="1000">
attribute name description
ptr_fireworkColors An array of colors which will be used for firework animation
ptr_background Background drawable
ptr_backgroundColor Background color
ptr_rocketAnimDuration Rocket flight duration
ptr_fireworkStyle Fireworks animation style - classic (by default) or modern

Via Java code

//use .config() methods:

mPullToRefresh.getConfig().setBackground(backgroundDrawable);
mPullToRefresh.getConfig().setBackground(backgroundBitmap);
mPullToRefresh.getConfig().setBackground(R.drawable.background);
mPullToRefresh.getConfig().setBackgroundColor(Color.BLACK);
mPullToRefresh.getConfig().setBackgroundColorFromResources(R.color.background);

mPullToRefresh.getConfig().setFireworkColors(colorsIntArray);
mPullToRefresh.getConfig().setFireworkColors(R.array.fireworkColors);

mPullRefreshView.getConfig().setFireworkStyle(Configuration.FireworkStyle.MODERN);

mPullToRefresh.getConfig().setRocketAnimDuration(1000L);

Animation

Refreshing callback

Just implement PullToRefreshView.OnRefreshListener:


mPullToRefresh.setOnRefreshListener(new PullToRefreshView.OnRefreshListener() {
    @Override
    public void onRefresh() {
        //refresh your data here        
    }
});

To start or stop animation:###

mPullRefreshView.setRefreshing(isRefreshing);

Using custom views

For using custom views just implement FireworkyPullToRefreshLayout.OnChildScrollUpCallback:


mPullToRefresh.setOnChildScrollUpCallback(new FireworkyPullToRefreshLayout.OnChildScrollUpCallback() {
    @Override
    public boolean canChildScrollUp(@NonNull FireworkyPullToRefreshLayout parent, @Nullable View child) {
        //put your implementation here
    }
});

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