Android ImageView that supports different radii on each corner.
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SelectableRoundedImageView

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Android ImageView that supports different radii on each corner. It also supports oval(and circle) shape and border. This would be especially useful for being used inside CardView which should be rounded only top left and top right corners(Don't forget to call setPreventCornerOverlap(false) on your cardview).

I referred to the RoundedImageView, developed by Vince, in developing this new one, and I really appreciate him. Also, I wrote a short article about how I made this library and my thoughts on CardView, check my blog post.

Get the sample app on Play Store.
Play Store Image

SelectableRoundedImageView Sample Screenshots

Note: When using with Glide, be sure to add asBitmap() chain, like below.

Glide.with(context)
    .load(src)
    .asBitmap()
    .listener(l)
    .into(imageView) 

Note: When using with Android-Universal-Image-Loader, be sure to use SimpleBitmapDisplayer or FadeInBitmapDisplayer rather than RoundedBitmapDisplayer(or RoundedVignetteBitmapDisplayer) when building DisplayImageOptions. See below code.

options = new DisplayImageOptions.Builder()
                .showImageOnLoading(R.drawable.ic_stub)
                .showImageForEmptyUri(R.drawable.ic_empty)
                .showImageOnFail(R.drawable.ic_error)
                .cacheInMemory(true)
                .cacheOnDisk(true)
                .considerExifParams(true)
//              .displayer(new RoundedBitmapDisplayer(20))
//              DO NOT USE RoundedBitmapDisplayer. Use SimpleBitmapDisplayer!
                .displayer(new SimpleBitmapDisplayer())
                .build();

Usage

Define in xml:

<com.joooonho.SelectableRoundedImageView
        xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
        android:id="@+id/image"
        android:src="@drawable/photo1"
        android:scaleType="centerCrop"
        app:sriv_left_top_corner_radius="16dip"
        app:sriv_right_top_corner_radius="0dip"
        app:sriv_left_bottom_corner_radius="48dip"
        app:sriv_right_bottom_corner_radius="16dip"
        app:sriv_border_width="2dip"
        app:sriv_border_color="#008fea"
        app:sriv_oval="true" />

Or in code:

SelectableRoundedImageView sriv = new SelectableRoundedImageView(context);
sriv.setScaleType(ScaleType.CENTER_CROP);
sriv.setCornerRadiiDP(4, 4, 0, 0);
sriv.setBorderWidthDP(4);
sriv.setBorderColor(Color.BLUE);
sriv.setImageDrawable(drawable);
sriv.setOval(true);

Including In Your Project

If you are using Android Studio, SelectableRoundedImageView is available through Gradle.

dependencies {
    compile 'com.joooonho:selectableroundedimageview:1.0.1'
}

Also SelectableRoundedImageView is presented as a library project. You can include this project by referencing it as a library project in Eclipse or ant(A standalone JAR is not possible due to the custom attributes).

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License

Copyright 2014 Joonho Kim

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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