Circle Progress Android


Source link: https://github.com/Adilhusen/circle-progress-ad-android

This is a library allowing you to have a smooth and customizable circular ProgressBar.

circle-progress-ad-android

A small Android library allowing you to have a smooth and customizable circular ProgressBar like whatsapp and Tez app, it can be use while uploding or downloading file.

I decided to do this because I was really tired to find progressbar like whatsapp and gradient color progressbar and also you can contribute more color style, or new idea to me.

I took reference or take some code from CircleProgress and change it as i need. also add code for set vector image as background and gradient colors.

AdProgressBar

Integration

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

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

Add the dependency:

implementation  com.github.Adilhusen:circle-progress-ad-android-:1.0 

Usage

You can either simply use the AdCircleProgress widge from this library on a regular ProgressBar.

Using Widget

Simply replace your ProgressBar with AdCircleProgress, and remember to apply corresponding style and attribute for correct behavior.

For example, to create a first AdCircleProgress like whatsapp:

AdProgressBarFirst

<com.app.adprogressbarlib.AdCircleProgress

android:id="@+id/pgb_progress"

android:layout_width="60dp"

android:layout_height="60dp"

android:backgroundTintMode="add"

app:adpgb_finished_color="@color/colorAccent"

app:adpgb_unfinished_color="@android:color/white"

custom:adpgb_finished_stroke_width="5dp"

custom:adpgb_inner_drawable="@drawable/ic_close_icon"

custom:adpgb_show_text="false"

custom:adpgb_unfinished_stroke_width="5dp" />

Second AdCircleProgress in which you can change adpgb_finished_stroke_width like below code:

AdProgressBarSecond

<com.app.adprogressbarlib.AdCircleProgress

android:id="@+id/pgb_progress2"

android:layout_width="60dp"

android:layout_height="60dp"

android:backgroundTintMode="add"

app:adpgb_finished_color="@color/colorPrimary"

app:adpgb_background_color="@android:color/transparent"

app:adpgb_unfinished_color="@android:color/white"

custom:adpgb_finished_stroke_width="10dp"

custom:adpgb_show_text="false"

custom:adpgb_unfinished_stroke_width="5dp" />

Third AdCircleProgress in which you can change custom:adpgb_inner_drawable means you can change image or vector image in inner circle like below code:

AdProgressBarThird

<com.app.adprogressbarlib.AdCircleProgress

android:id="@+id/pgb_progress3"

android:layout_width="60dp"

android:layout_height="60dp"

app:adpgb_background_color="@android:color/holo_red_dark"

android:backgroundTintMode="add"

app:adpgb_finished_color="@android:color/white"

app:adpgb_unfinished_color="@android:color/holo_red_dark"

custom:adpgb_finished_stroke_width="5dp"

custom:adpgb_inner_drawable="@drawable/ic_delete_icon"

custom:adpgb_show_text="false"

custom:adpgb_unfinished_stroke_width="5dp" />

Fourth AdCircleProgress in which you can change custom:adpgb_show_text="true" means if you want to show progress in percentage like below code:

AdProgressBarFourth

<com.app.adprogressbarlib.AdCircleProgress

android:id="@+id/pgb_progress4"

android:layout_width="60dp"

android:layout_height="60dp"

app:adpgb_background_color="@android:color/background_light"

android:backgroundTintMode="add"

app:adpgb_finished_color="@android:color/white"

app:adpgb_unfinished_color="@android:color/holo_red_light"

custom:adpgb_finished_stroke_width="5dp"

app:adpgb_text_size="12dp"

custom:adpgb_show_text="true"

app:adpgb_text_color="@android:color/holo_red_light"

custom:adpgb_unfinished_stroke_width="5dp" />

Fifth AdCircleProgress in which you can add gradient color for progressbar app:adpgb_gradient_color_one="@color/colorOne" app:adpgb_gradient_color_two="@color/colorTwo"like below code:

AdProgressBarFifth

<com.app.adprogressbarlib.AdCircleProgress

android:id="@+id/pgb_progress5"

android:layout_width="60dp"

android:layout_height="60dp"

app:adpgb_background_color="@android:color/transparent"

android:backgroundTintMode="add"

app:adpgb_finished_color="@android:color/white"

app:adpgb_gradient_color_one="@color/colorOne"

app:adpgb_gradient_color_two="@color/colorTwo"

app:adpgb_unfinished_color="@android:color/transparent"

custom:adpgb_finished_stroke_width="5dp"

app:adpgb_progress="90"

app:adpgb_text_size="12dp"

custom:adpgb_show_text="false"

custom:adpgb_unfinished_stroke_width="5dp" />

Do not forget to add xmlns:custom custom attr in your root layout :

<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
 xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
 xmlns:custom="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
 xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
 android:layout_width="match_parent"
 android:layout_height="match_parent"
 android:background="@drawable/backg"
 android:padding="20dp"
 tools:context=".MainActivity">  </RelativeLayout>

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