JoystickView

General

Category
Free
Tag
Gamepads
License
Creative Commons 3.0 BY
Min SDK
7 (Android 2.1 Eclair)
Registered
Aug 16, 2015
Favorites
0
Link
https://github.com/zerokol/JoystickView
See also
AndroidJoyStickView
OpenGpad
JoyStick
Bugstick

Additional

Language
Java
Version
N/A
Created
Mar 9, 2012
Updated
Oct 13, 2015 (Retired)
Owner
AJ Alves (zerokol)
Contributors
mksmbrtsh
AJ Alves (zerokol)
Mayco-Anderson
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Para modo de uso em Portugês: JoystickView - Uma view customizada que simula um Joystick no Android.

For more info, go to: JoystickView - A custom Android View to simulates a Joystickm Joystick no Android

JoystickView - Android

Android JoystickView is a Custom View that simulates a Joystick for interactive applications for Android, as simple aim is allows access values ​​of angle and power of the virtual Joystck movement.

Usage

Quick Usage

1º Step: Download the JAR file at download

2º Step: Create a folder called "libs" on the root of your project and place the JAR file into.

It's enough to reffer and user the JoystickView library

Advanced Usage

If you want to change or upgrade some feature of the library, you should do:

1º Step: Clone the project or download this project to your workspace eclipse IDE, then:

2º Step Go to eclipse' menu FILE, after IMPORT.

3º Step: Now click in "Existing Project into Workspace"

4º Step: Click in Browse e search the source code folder where you placed after clone ou download.

5º Step: Setup with Next or/and Finish, ant the JoystickView is ready to you use in your applications.

6º Step: Import JoystickView in your applications.

To use JoystickView in your applications, simply add the lib to the classpath of your application:

7º Passo: Click with right button on your project go to PROPERTIES -> ANDROID and the ADD.

8º Step: Select JoystickView lib and click OK to finish.

SHOW THE CODE

From this point you can inflate the JoystickView in your layouts or referencing it in your Activities.

import com.zerokol.views.JoystickView;
import com.zerokol.views.JoystickView.OnJoystickMoveListener;
import android.app.Activity;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.widget.TextView;

public class JoystickViewDemoActivity extends Activity {
 private TextView angleTextView;
 private TextView powerTextView;
 private TextView directionTextView;
 // Importing also other views
 private JoystickView joystick;

 /** Called when the activity is first created. */
 @Override
 public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
  super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
  setContentView(R.layout.main);

  angleTextView = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.angleTextView);
  powerTextView = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.powerTextView);
  directionTextView = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.directionTextView);
  //Referencing also other views
  joystick = (JoystickView) findViewById(R.id.joystickView);
        
        //Event listener that always returns the variation of the angle in degrees, motion power in percentage and direction of movement
  joystick.setOnJoystickMoveListener(new OnJoystickMoveListener() {

   @Override
   public void onValueChanged(int angle, int power, int direction) {
    // TODO Auto-generated method stub
    angleTextView.setText(" " + String.valueOf(angle) + "°");
    powerTextView.setText(" " + String.valueOf(power) + "%");
    switch (direction) {
    case JoystickView.FRONT:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.front_lab);
     break;
    case JoystickView.FRONT_RIGHT:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.front_right_lab);
     break;
    case JoystickView.RIGHT:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.right_lab);
     break;
    case JoystickView.RIGHT_BOTTOM:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.right_bottom_lab);
     break;
    case JoystickView.BOTTOM:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.bottom_lab);
     break;
    case JoystickView.BOTTOM_LEFT:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.bottom_left_lab);
     break;
    case JoystickView.LEFT:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.left_lab);
     break;
    case JoystickView.LEFT_FRONT:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.left_front_lab);
     break;
    default:
     directionTextView.setText(R.string.center_lab);
    }
   }
  }, JoystickView.DEFAULT_LOOP_INTERVAL);
 }
}

This is an implementation of a custom android view that works like a Joystick, this view controls two variables, angle motion and power motion of the screen touch.

JoystickView by AJ Alves is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at github.com and page zerokol.com/2012/03/joystickview-uma-view-customizada-que.html. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://github.com/zerokol.

Special Thanks to:

@mksmbrtsh (https://github.com/mksmbrtsh)

@Mayco-Anderson (https://github.com/Mayco-Anderson)