After my second holidays this year I’m finally publishing the next major version of the android-square-progressbar. This includes some new stylish effects to the library and fixes a few bugs which appeared. Thanks again for the feedback guys.
I added 2 more or less small tweaks for the image border, but they give an additional nice look. You can simply add them to your android-square-progressbar with the following commands:
This is one of the features I was looking forward to implement. So I decided to put a bit of more effort into it, and I came up with the following usage:
There is a new object called PercentStyle which has 3 attributes:
- Text align
- Text size
- Display percentsign
You can easily assign different styles to the square-progressbar. This is how you can do it:
squareProgressBar.setPercentStyle(new PercentStyle(Align.CENTER, 76, true));
In the example application I implemented a new dialog where you can play around with different combinations:
A bug appeared while using the library and the opacity option (added with the version 1.2.0). If you didn’t set the opacity to false, there would be a NullPointerException. This is now fixed with this version.
You can find the newest code on GitHub here: https://github.com/mrwonderman/android-square-progressbar
There should be an updated example application on Google Play in the next few minutes: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.yscs.android.square_progressbar_example
For questions and/or feedback, just drop me a line via email: firstname.lastname@example.org