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README.md

Spectrum

Bintray Maven Central Android Arsenal

Spectrum is an Android library that makes it easy to let your user pick from a list of colors.

Download

Download with Gradle:

compile 'com.thebluealliance:spectrum:0.7.1'

The library is hosted on both Bintray (JCenter) and Maven Central; use whichever you prefer.

repositories {
  jcenter()
}

Features

  • SpectrumDialog with Builder pattern
  • SpectrumPreference for easily adding color selection to your app's preferences
    • Can be added either in XML or programatically
  • SpectrumPreferenceCompat for use with the preference support library
  • SpectrumPalette for integrating a color selection view into any part of your app

Deploying to Bintray

First, make sure the project's information is configured correctly in the ext block in spectrum/build.gradle. Next, put your Bintray information in your local.properties file; you will need to define bintray.user, bintray.apikey, and bintray.gpg.password.

To deploy the artifacts, run the following commands. The first is a dry run to make sure the artifacts can be built correctly. The second actually deploys to Bintray.

./gradlew install
./gradlew bintray

For a more thorough introduction on how to distribute libraries through jCenter and Maven Central, please see http://inthecheesefactory.com/blog/how-to-upload-library-to-jcenter-maven-central-as-dependency/en.

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