LegacyTableView

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Java
Version
1.2 (Jan 16, 2018)
Created
Jan 16, 2018
Updated
Nov 27, 2018
Owner
Noton Inc (levitnudi)
Contributor
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LegacyTableView

simple light weight android library for displaying tabulated data

This is a simple android library that will help you include tables in your projects using a few lines of code. Follow very simple examples in the sample LegcyTableView project. Write data dynamically, translate into different languages, update themes, colors, fonts etc...

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Examples

This project covers the following examples

  1. Simple display of data
  2. Custom controls for the LegacyTableView
  3. Adding data from database (SQLite)
  4. Using different LegacyTableViewThemes

Get started...

Add jitpack.io to your root gradle file

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

Add this to your dependencies method in build.gradle file

      dependencies {
                   implementation 'com.github.levitnudi:LegacyTableView:master-SNAPSHOT'
   }


                } 
     

Add the following lines...

  1. In your xml layout add:
       <com.levitnudi.legacytableview.LegacyTableView
       android:id="@+id/legacy_table_view"
       android:layout_width="match_parent"
       android:layout_height="match_parent"/>
     
  1. In your activity add:
        //set table title labels
      LegacyTableView.insertLegacyTitle("Id", "Name", "Age", "Email");
      //set table contents as string arrays
      LegacyTableView.insertLegacyContent("2999010", "John Deer", "50", "john@example.com",
              "332312", "Kennedy F", "33", "ken@example.com"
              ,"42343243", "Java Lover", "28", "Jlover@example.com"
              ,"4288383", "Mike Tee", "22", "miket@example.com");

      LegacyTableView legacyTableView = (LegacyTableView)findViewById(R.id.legacy_table_view);
      legacyTableView.setTitle(LegacyTableView.readLegacyTitle());
      legacyTableView.setContent(LegacyTableView.readLegacyContent());
      
      //depending on the phone screen size default table scale is 100
      //you can change it using this method
      //legacyTableView.setInitialScale(100);//default initialScale is zero (0)
      
      //if you want a smaller table, change the padding setting
      legacyTableView.setTablePadding(7);
      
      //to enable users to zoom in and out:
      legacyTableView.setZoomEnabled(true);
      legacyTableView.setShowZoomControls(true);

      //remember to build your table as the last step
      legacyTableView.build();
    
  1. Using Themes:
        //set table title labels
      LegacyTableView.insertLegacyTitle("Id", "Name", "Age", "Email");
      //set table contents as string arrays
      LegacyTableView.insertLegacyContent("2999010", "John Deer", "50", "john@example.com",
              "332312", "Kennedy F", "33", "ken@example.com"
              ,"42343243", "Java Lover", "28", "Jlover@example.com"
              ,"4288383", "Mike Tee", "22", "miket@example.com");

      LegacyTableView legacyTableView = (LegacyTableView)findViewById(R.id.legacy_table_view);
      legacyTableView.setTitle(LegacyTableView.readLegacyTitle());
      legacyTableView.setContent(LegacyTableView.readLegacyContent());
      
      //Add your preferred theme like this:
      legacyTableView.setTheme(GOLDALINE);
      
      /*
      Explore available themes
      OCEAN
      LAVICI
      GOLDALINE
      ECOKENYA
      DESKTOP
      MAASAI
      LEVICI
      ORIO
      SKELETON
      MESH*/
      
      //depending on the phone screen size default table scale is 100
      //you can change it using this method
      //legacyTableView.setInitialScale(100);//default initialScale is zero (0)
      
      //if you want a smaller table, change the padding setting
      legacyTableView.setTablePadding(7);
      
      //to enable users to zoom in and out:
      legacyTableView.setZoomEnabled(true);
      legacyTableView.setShowZoomControls(true);

      //remember to build your table as the last step
      legacyTableView.build();
    
  1. Display from database:
     public void getFromDatabase(){//execute this method to fetch from database

     Cursor cursor =  db.rawQuery("SELECT * FROM legacy_table", null);

     if(cursor.getCount()>0){
            //use database column names or custom names for the columns
            /* insert your column titles using legacy insertLegacyTitle() function*/
            LegacyTableView.insertLegacyTitle(cursor.getColumnName(1), cursor.getColumnName(2),
                    cursor.getColumnName(3), cursor.getColumnName(4));
     }
     while(cursor.moveToNext()) {
         //simple table content insert method for table contents
         LegacyTableView.insertLegacyContent(cursor.getString(1),
                 cursor.getString(2), cursor.getString(3), cursor.getString(4));
     }
     //remember to close your database to avoid memory leaks
     cursor.close();
 }
 
 //then do this to display it on the table
  LegacyTableView legacyTableView = (LegacyTableView)findViewById(R.id.legacy_table_view);
     //once you have inserted contents and titles, you can retrieve them
     //using readLegacyTitle() and readLegacyContent() methods
     legacyTableView.setTitle(LegacyTableView.readLegacyTitle());
     legacyTableView.setContent(LegacyTableView.readLegacyContent());

     //remember to build your table as the last step
     legacyTableView.build();
   
  1. Using custom controls:
        final LegacyTableView tableView = (LegacyTableView)findViewById(R.id.legacy_table_view);
     /*
     [OPTIONAL] default column seperator characters are (د) character
     default row seperator is (\n) character
     you may need to change if your set of data contains these characters
     if you don't change the seperators, any character similar in your data set
     will be excluded in your table. It is therefore adviseable to use least
     commonly used characters
     tableView.setColumnSeperator("'");
     tableView.setRowSeperator("\n");
     tableView.setLegacyColumnSeperator("'");*/

     //set table title labels
     LegacyTableView.insertLegacyTitle("Id", "Name", "Age", "Email");
     //set table contents as string arrays
     LegacyTableView.insertLegacyContent("2999010", "John Deer", "50", "john@example.com",
             "332312", "Kennedy F", "33", "ken@example.com"
             ,"42343243", "Java Lover", "28", "Jlover@example.com"
             ,"4288383", "Mike Tee", "22", "miket@example.com");
     //make sure to indicate custom as other features may not work with default table theme
     tableView.setTheme(CUSTOM);
     //get titles and contents
     tableView.setContent(LegacyTableView.readLegacyContent());
     tableView.setTitle(LegacyTableView.readLegacyTitle());
     tableView.setBottomShadowVisible(true);

     tableView.setHighlight(ODD);//highlight rows oddly or evenly
     //tableView.setHighlight(EVEN);
     tableView.setBottomShadowVisible(true);
     tableView.setFooterTextAlignment(CENTER);

     tableView.setFooterText(getString(R.string.footer_text));
     tableView.setTableFooterTextSize(5);
     tableView.setTableFooterTextColor("#009688");

     tableView.setTitleTextAlignment(CENTER);
     tableView.setContentTextAlignment(CENTER);
     tableView.setTablePadding(20);//increasing spacing will increase the table size
     //tableView.setBottomShadowColorTint("#ffffff");

     //tableView.setBackgroundEvenColor("#FFCCBC");
     //tableView.setBackgroundEvenColor("#303F9F");
     tableView.setBackgroundOddColor("#FFCCBC");
     //you can also declare your color values as global strings to make your work easy :)
     tableView.setHeaderBackgroundLinearGradientBOTTOM("#FF5722");//header background bottom color
     tableView.setHeaderBackgroundLinearGradientTOP("#009688");//header background top color
     tableView.setBorderSolidColor("#009688");
     tableView.setTitleFont(BOLD);
     tableView.setZoomEnabled(true);
     tableView.setShowZoomControls(true);
     //by default the initial scale is 0, you
     // may change this depending on initiale scale preferences
     //tableView.setInitialScale(100);//default initialScale is zero (0)
     tableView.setContentTextColor("#009688");
     tableView.build();
   
        Copyright 2018 Levit Nudi

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