Android widget for selecting a range of values.
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Support to publish rangebar to maven repository
Latest commit decd8ee Jun 13, 2014


The RangeBar is similar to an enhanced SeekBar widget, though it doesn't make use of the SeekBar. It provides for the selection of a range of values rather than a single value. The selectable range values are discrete values designated by tick marks; the thumb (handle) will snap to the nearest tick mark.

Developers can customize the following attributes (both via XML and programmatically):

  • bar color
  • bar thickness
  • tick height
  • number of ticks
  • connecting line thickness
  • connecting line color
  • thumb normal image
  • thumb pressed image

If any of the following attributes are specified, the thumb images will be ignored and be replaced with a circle whose properties can be specified as follows:

  • thumb radius
  • thumb normal color
  • thumb pressed color

Finally, the following property can be set programmatically, but not via XML:

  • thumb indices (the location of the thumbs on the RangeBar)

Supported on API Level 7 and above.

For more information, see the linked Github Wiki page.




repositories {

dependencies {
  compile 'com.edmodo:rangebar:1.0.0'


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