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A simple way to "badge" any given Android view at runtime without having to cater for it in layout.
-![Demos](http://www.jeffgilfelt.com/viewbadger/badge1.png "Demos") 
-![ListAdapter](http://www.jeffgilfelt.com/viewbadger/badge2.png "ListAdapter") 
-![Layout Tests](http://www.jeffgilfelt.com/viewbadger/badge3.png "Layout Tests")
+![Demos](http://www.jeffgilfelt.com/viewbadger/vb-1a.png "Demos") 
+![ListAdapter](http://www.jeffgilfelt.com/viewbadger/vb-2a.png "ListAdapter")
Note: If your aim is to replicate the iOS icon and TabBar badge UI for notifications, consider using Android UI conventions such as the number field of the [Notification](http://developer.android.com/reference/android/app/Notification.html "Notification") class rather than this method.
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This project contains a fully working example application. Refer to the `DemoActivity` class for more custom badge examples, including custom backgrounds and animations. `BadgeView` is a subclass of `TextView` so you can use all of `TextView`'s methods to style the appearance of your badge.
-Implementation
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To use ViewBadger in your own Android project, simply copy `android-viewbadger.jar` (available from this repository's package downloads) into your project's `/libs` directory and add it to the build path.
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