TapTargetView

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Language
Java
Version
1.12.0 (Jul 25, 2018)
Created
Sep 11, 2016
Updated
Oct 8, 2018
Owner
Keepsafe (KeepSafe)
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Júlio Zynger (julioz)
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Fabian Terhorst (FabianTerhorst)
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Tushar Acharya (tushar-acharya)
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TapTargetView


An implementation of tap targets from Google's Material Design guidelines on feature discovery.

Min SDK: 14

Installation

TapTargetView is distributed using jcenter.

   repositories { 
        jcenter()
   }
   
   dependencies {
         implementation 'com.getkeepsafe.taptargetview:taptargetview:1.12.0'
   }

If you wish to use a snapshot, please follow the instructions here

Usage

Simple usage

TapTargetView.showFor(this,                 // `this` is an Activity
    TapTarget.forView(findViewById(R.id.target), "This is a target", "We have the best targets, believe me")
        // All options below are optional
        .outerCircleColor(R.color.red)      // Specify a color for the outer circle
 .outerCircleAlpha(0.96f)            // Specify the alpha amount for the outer circle
        .targetCircleColor(R.color.white)   // Specify a color for the target circle
        .titleTextSize(20)                  // Specify the size (in sp) of the title text
        .titleTextColor(R.color.white)      // Specify the color of the title text
        .descriptionTextSize(10)            // Specify the size (in sp) of the description text
        .descriptionTextColor(R.color.red)  // Specify the color of the description text
        .textColor(R.color.blue)            // Specify a color for both the title and description text
        .textTypeface(Typeface.SANS_SERIF)  // Specify a typeface for the text
        .dimColor(R.color.black)            // If set, will dim behind the view with 30% opacity of the given color
        .drawShadow(true)                   // Whether to draw a drop shadow or not
        .cancelable(false)                  // Whether tapping outside the outer circle dismisses the view
        .tintTarget(true)                   // Whether to tint the target view's color
        .transparentTarget(false)           // Specify whether the target is transparent (displays the content underneath)
        .icon(Drawable)                     // Specify a custom drawable to draw as the target
        .targetRadius(60),                  // Specify the target radius (in dp)
    new TapTargetView.Listener() {          // The listener can listen for regular clicks, long clicks or cancels
        @Override
        public void onTargetClick(TapTargetView view) {
            super.onTargetClick(view);      // This call is optional
            doSomething();
        }
    });

You may also choose to target your own custom Rect with TapTarget.forBounds(Rect, ...)

Additionally, each color can be specified via a @ColorRes or a @ColorInt. Functions that have the suffix Int take a @ColorInt.

Tip: When targeting a Toolbar item, be careful with Proguard and ensure you're keeping certain fields. See #180

Sequences

You can easily create a sequence of tap targets with TapTargetSequence:

new TapTargetSequence(this)
    .targets(
        TapTarget.forView(findViewById(R.id.never), "Gonna"),
        TapTarget.forView(findViewById(R.id.give), "You", "Up")
                .dimColor(android.R.color.never)
                .outerCircleColor(R.color.gonna)
                .targetCircleColor(R.color.let)
                .textColor(android.R.color.you),
        TapTarget.forBounds(rickTarget, "Down", ":^)")
                .cancelable(false)
                .icon(rick))
    .listener(new TapTargetSequence.Listener() {
        // This listener will tell us when interesting(tm) events happen in regards
        // to the sequence
        @Override
        public void onSequenceFinish() {
            // Yay
        }
        
        @Override
        public void onSequenceStep(TapTarget lastTarget) {
           // Perfom action for the current target
        }

        @Override
        public void onSequenceCanceled(TapTarget lastTarget) {
            // Boo
        }
    });

A sequence is started via a call to start() on the TapTargetSequence instance

For more examples of usage, please look at the included sample app.

Third Party Bindings

React Native

Thanks to @prscX, you may now use this library with React Native via the module here

Xamarin

Thanks to @btripp, you may now use this library via a Xamarin Binding located here.

License

Copyright 2016 Keepsafe Software Inc.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.