In the previous article in this series we applied a style to the navigation Spinner and its associated drop down ListView, but found that this style did not get applied to the Spinner that we added manually using the actionViewClass attribute of the MenuItem definition in our menu XML. In this article we’ll find out…
Previously in this series we have applied a few simple styles to the ActionBar. In this article we’ll have a look at styling the overflow menu and the Navigation DropDown.
In the previous article we used Jeff Gilfelt’s Android ActionBar Style Generator to create some assets and we set up our base Theme. In this article we’ll look at building up our styles to get the ActionBar looking how we would like it.
Recently on Styling Android we’ve been looking at the ActionBar, but this would not be complete without having a look at how we can customise the look and feel of our ActionBar. Up to know the stuff that we’ve looked at on ActionBar has been relatively straightforward, however getting the styling right can be a…
Following on from the recent series on basic ActionBar, we’ll now have a look at concept which can really make our ActionBar even more powerful: ActionMode.
In the previous article we looked at using different controls in our ActionBar to provide custom behaviour. That’s all well and good, but suppose we actually want to do something a little more complex? In this article we’ll have a look at how we can use custom layouts within our ActionBar.
Previously in this series we’ve look at the ActionBar and how we can define simple actions and navigation. In this article we’ll look at what we can do when our requirements are a little more complicated.
In the previous article we got tab-based navigation working. Tab-based navigation works well when you have two or three navigation options, but does not work as well when there are more. Dropdown-based navigation is better suited when we a slightly larger number number of navigation options, and in this article we’ll cover how to create…
In the previous article we got a basic action implemented usign ActionBar. In this article we’ll have a look at allowing the user to navigate though our app using the ActionBar.
The Android ActionBar was first introduced in Honeycomb and provides us with a rich framework for providing user actions and navigation to the user. In this article we’ll have a look at the basics of the ActionBar and get a simple implementation up and running very quickly.