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Lottie Alert Dialog

Android Arsenal

version 1.1 green
minSDK 19 blue
license MIT yellowgreen

This library helps you to create bunch of alert dialogs with Lottie.

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Requirements

You must add lottie assets to your main folder first, there is a five types of alert dialog and five lottie files in there. Don’t change the names of files just override it. For example you can use assets in this repository.

You must put your assets to under app → src → main → assets folder

Add line below to your top level build.gradle

allprojects {
    repositories {
        /// ....
        maven { url "https://jitpack.io" }
    }
}

Add lines below to your app level build.gradle

    implementation 'com.airbnb.android:lottie:2.7.0'
    implementation 'com.github.mayuce:LottieAlertDialog:1.1'

And Sync the gradle

Usage

You may follow the source code to see how it works.

Loading View:

var alertDialog : LottieAlertDialog
        alertDialog= LottieAlertDialog.Builder(this,DialogTypes.TYPE_LOADING)
            .setTitle("Loading")
            .setDescription("Please Wait")
            .build()
        alertDialog.setCancelable(false)
        alertDialog.show()

Question View:

var alertDialog : LottieAlertDialog
alertDialog=LottieAlertDialog.Builder(parentActivity,DialogTypes.TYPE_QUESTION)
                .setTitle("What Type")
                .setDescription("Would you like to see ?")
                .setPositiveText("Error")
                .setNegativeText("Warning")
                .setNoneText("None")
                .setPositiveButtonColor(Color.parseColor("#f44242"))
                .setPositiveTextColor(Color.parseColor("#ffeaea"))
                .setNegativeButtonColor(Color.parseColor("#ffbb00"))
                .setNegativeTextColor(Color.parseColor("#0a0906"))
                .setNoneButtonColor(Color.parseColor("#1cd3ef"))
                .setNoneTextColor(Color.parseColor("#c407c4"))
                // Error View
                .setPositiveListener(object: ClickListener{
                    override fun onClick(dialog: LottieAlertDialog) {
                    // This is the usage same instance of view
                        alertDialog.changeDialog(LottieAlertDialog.Builder(parentActivity,DialogTypes.TYPE_ERROR)
                            .setTitle("Error")
                            .setDescription("Some error has happened.")
                            .setPositiveText("Okay")
                            .setPositiveListener(object : ClickListener{
                                override fun onClick(dialog: LottieAlertDialog) {
                                    dialog.dismiss()
                                }
                            })
                        )
                    }
                })
                // Warning View
                .setNegativeListener(object : ClickListener
                {
                    override fun onClick(dialog: LottieAlertDialog) {
                    // This is the usage same instance of view
                        alertDialog.changeDialog(LottieAlertDialog.Builder(parentActivity,DialogTypes.TYPE_WARNING)
                            .setTitle("Warning")
                            .setDescription("Some warning.")
                            .setPositiveText("Okay")
                            .setPositiveListener(object : ClickListener{
                                override fun onClick(dialog: LottieAlertDialog) {
                                    dialog.dismiss()
                                }
                            }))
                    }
                })
                // Dismiss View
                .setNoneListener(object: ClickListener
                {
                    override fun onClick(dialog: LottieAlertDialog) {
                        dialog.dismiss()
                    }
                })
            )
            .build()
            alertDialog.show()

Additional Features

You can use same instance without interrupting view. If you don’t set a variable to button texts, they’ll be GONE.

Thanks

  • Thanks airbnb for Lottie.

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Copyright (c) 2019 Muhammet Ali YUCE

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