IconHandler

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Language
Java
Version
v2.0.0 (Feb 4, 2017)
Created
Oct 12, 2016
Updated
Mar 27, 2017
Owner
Júnior Vansuita (jrvansuita)
Contributor
Júnior Vansuita (jrvansuita)
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Icon Handler

This is an Android project. This library handle the drawable customization and position on View, EditText, ImageView, TextView, Button and etc. You can do a lot with a few lines of code, like change the icon color, alpha or even the size. This library has a lot more customization and features than is able to show here. Please check the sample app and feel free to help with a pull request.


Setup

Step #1. Add the JitPack repository to your build file:

allprojects {
    repositories {
 ...
 maven { url "https://jitpack.io" }
    }
}

Step #2. Add the dependency ( See latest release).

dependencies {
       compile 'com.github.jrvansuita:IconHandler:+'
}

Implamentation

//Setting up a icon on background of a View.
Icon.put(yourView, R.mipmap.your_icon);

//Setting up a icon on the ImageView.
Icon.put(yourImageView, R.mipmap.your_icon);

//Setting up a icon on the left of the TextView. Also can use right(), top() and bottom() methods.
Icon.left(yourTextView, R.mipmap.your_icon);

//Setting up a icon on MenuItem
Icon.on(yourMenuItem).icon(R.mipmap.your_icon).put();

//Setting up a icon to the ImageView and converting it to blue.
Icon.top(yourTextView).gray(R.mipmap.your_icon).put();

//Setting up a icon to the ImageView and converting it to your custom color.
Icon.on(yourImageView).color(R.color.your_color).icon(R.mipmap.your_icon).put();

//Setting up a bitmap as a icon.
Icon.right(yourTextView).bitmap(yourBitmap).put();

//Setting up a icon on dynamic position
Icon.on(yourTextView).icon(R.mipmap.your_icon).position(Gravity.LEFT).put();

//You can merge the usage with colors transformations.
Icon.on(yourImageView).black(R.mipmap.your_icon).put();

//Setting up a icon to the ImageView and applying alpha. (0-255)
Icon.on(yourImageView).white(R.mipmap.your_icon).alpha(130).put();

//Will make the icon appears weak. Receiving focus will reveals the real color of icon.
Icon.focusable(yourEditText, R.mipmap.your_icon, Gravity.RIGHT);

//Just another edit text to lose the focus of the first.
Icon.focusable(yourEditText).position(Gravity.RIGHT).icon(R.mipmap.your_icon).put();

yourImageButton.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
    @Override
    public void onClick(View view) {
         //Clearing all icons of the View.
         Icon.clear(yourImageButton);
      }
    });