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It provides a SeekBar similar to the default Android one, but with two thumb controls allowing a range to be selected, and some other extras as well.
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=== PROJECT MOVED ===

The home for this project has moved over to the following repository: https://github.com/anothem/android-range-seek-bar

You can continue using this repo, but new pull requests and issues will not be looked at. For the most up to date and actively maintained version of this project, please head over to the new repository above.

Thank you.

--Alex

range-seek-bar

Introduction

This is a fork of the following project: https://code.google.com/p/range-seek-bar/ under Apache license.

It provides a SeekBar similar to the default Android one, but with two thumb controls allowing a range to be selected, and some other extras as well.

Modifications in fork from original project

Feature additions are:

  • Ability to initialise from XML, with attributes (only tested for Integer and Double, would not support all the original types that the class supports when initialized programmatically)
  • Ability to make the range-seek-bar only use one thumb instead of two, with all other feature remaining; can be set from XML. This makes it more similar to the default android seekbar, but you still benefit from the other features and very smooth animation.
  • Text labels at beginning and end integrated in the RangeSeekBar view itself
  • Floating text above the thumbs that shows the value selected by the thumb
  • Styling changes — thinner line, the progress bar shows as “disabled” (line grey, buttons grey, no text labels) when the values are at default min/max
  • I’ve also added a PixelUtils class that does Px to Dp and Dp to Px conversions.

How to run demo

This repository contains an ant-based Android project which runs a demo app showing off some of the features of the range-seek-bar and ways of utilizing it. You should be able to import and run like any other Android app.

How to use in your own project

Setup as Gradle dependency

  • Add this in your build.gradle file:

  • For latest release:

	dependencies {
    	compile 'com.yahoo.mobile.client.android.util.rangeseekbar:rangeseekbar-library:0.1.0'
	}
  • For the latest work-in-progress snapshot:
	dependencies {
    	compile 'com.yahoo.mobile.client.android.util.rangeseekbar:rangeseekbar-library:0.2.0-SNAPSHOT'
	}

Copy/paste relevant files

Copy the following into your own project:

Then you can use this in your layouts, either programmatically instantiating like in DemoActivity or through XML, like in main.xml

License

The images are licensed under Creative Commons ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ). The originals are provided in the original project ( https://code.google.com/p/range-seek-bar/ ) and seek_thumb_disabled.png is added by us.

The source code is licensed under the Apache License. A copy of this can be found at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 and has been included in the repository as well.