[DEPRECATED] An implementation of Android's Undo Bar as seen in Google's Gmail app.
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README.md

DEPRECATED

Android-UndoBar is deprecated. No more development will be taking place.

Use Google's Snackbar instead.

Android - UndoBar

As seen in Google's Gmail app.

Screenshots

  • pre KitKat

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  • KitKat

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  • Lollipop and later

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Usage

  • It's as simple as:
new UndoBar.Builder(this)//
  .setMessage("X items deleted.")//
  .setListener(this)//
  .show();
  • You can also explicitly use one of the styles shown above. This is useful, for example, if you want to show a consistent Material Design style across all API levels. By default, it uses the style of the device's current API level. Here's an example:
new UndoBar.Builder(this)//
  .setMessage("X items deleted.")//
  .setListener(this)//
  .setStyle(UndoBar.Style.LOLLIPOP)//
  .show();

Example

Check out the sample project for an example implementation.

Download

Grab it via Gradle:

For API Level >= 15:

compile 'com.github.jenzz.undobar:library:1.3:api15Release@aar'

For API Level < 15 (includes nineoldandroids):

compile 'com.github.jenzz.undobar:library:1.3:api8Release@aar'

Still using Eclipse? Check out the master_eclipse branch and import it as a library project.
Note that the Eclipse implementation is v1.1 only and won't receive any future updates.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License.