ValidUtils

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Java
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Created
Apr 3, 2017
Updated
Jun 3, 2017
Owner
The Bat (shree-vastava)
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A utility library that does the following things:

  • Check internet connection
  • Validate for empty edit texts
  • Validate for email
  • Validate for mobile number
  • Validate text for any no of digits
  • Fancy Progress Dialog

Watch it in action here

How to add

Add this in the project level build.gradle:

             repositories{
                  ....
                  maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
             }

And this in the app level build.gradle

compile 'com.github.shree-vastava:ValidUtil:v1.0'

How to use

Create an object of the ValidUtils class

    ValidUtils validUtils = new ValidUtils() 

Check for internet connection

    if (validUtils.isNetworkAvailable(this)){
        // do whatever you want to do IF internet is AVAILABLE
    }

Check for empty EditTexts

    if(validUtils.validateEditTexts(name,mobile,email)){ //where name,mobile, email are EditTexts
        // do whatever you want to do if EditTexts are not empty
    }

Check for Email validation

    if(validUtils.validateEmail(email)){
         // do whatever you want to do if email is valid i.e in form of something@somedomain.someextension
    }

You can check for more email EditTexts also by passing comma separate EditTexts in the above function

Check for mobile Number

    if(validUtils.validateMobileNumber(mobile)){
         // do whatever you want to do if mobile number is valid i.e 10 digits
    }

You can check for multiple mobile EditTexts

Check for no of digits in an EditText

    if(validUtils.validateForDigits(Pin,6)){
         // do whatever you want to do if Pin is 6 digits
    }

Here Pin the EditText

Show and hide Fancy Progress Dialog

   validUtils.showProgresDialog(this,this)

where the arguements are like

   validUtils.showProgressDialog(Context, Activity)

To hide the dialog

   validUtils.hideProgressDialog()

The last and simplest as well as bonus functionality

The Toast

  validUtils.showToast(Context,"some message")