Android Chips Edit Text
This is a simple library based on Google's internal chips library and updated to have visuals reflecting the newly released "Material Design" standard as seen here.
Usage is extremely simple:
// creates an autocomplete for phone number contacts final RecipientEditTextView phoneRetv = (RecipientEditTextView) findViewById(R.id.phone_retv); phoneRetv.setTokenizer(new MultiAutoCompleteTextView.CommaTokenizer()); BaseRecipientAdapter baseRecipientAdapter = new BaseRecipientAdapter(BaseRecipientAdapter.QUERY_TYPE_PHONE, this); // Queries for all phone numbers. Includes phone numbers marked as "mobile" and "others". // If set as true, baseRecipientAdapter will query only for phone numbers marked as "mobile". baseRecipientAdapter.setShowMobileOnly(false); phoneRetv.setAdapter(baseRecipientAdapter);
// creates an autocomplete for email contacts final RecipientEditTextView emailRetv = (RecipientEditTextView) findViewById(R.id.email_retv); emailRetv.setTokenizer(new Rfc822Tokenizer()); emailRetv.setAdapter(new BaseRecipientAdapter(this));
You can get all of the current chips by using:
DrawableRecipientChip chips = phoneRetv.getSortedRecipients();
To include in your gradle project:
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