floating search view

Features


Min SDK : 14
Price : Free
Language : Java

 

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Link : Github
Owner : arimorty
Source Code : Download

 

Floating Search View

An implementation of a floating search box with search suggestions, also called persistent search bar.

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Note

This project is not being actively maintained. Have a look here for information that might help you make changes to your own copy of the code base.

Usage

  1. In your dependencies, add
         compile 'com.github.arimorty:floatingsearchview:2.1.1'
    
  2. Add a FloatingSearchView to your view hierarchy, and make sure that it takes up the full width and height of the screen
  3. Listen to query changes and provide suggestion items that implement SearchSuggestion

Example:

       <com.arlib.floatingsearchview.FloatingSearchView
android:id="@+id/floating_search_view"
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="match_parent"
app:floatingSearch_searchBarMarginLeft="@dimen/search_view_inset"
app:floatingSearch_searchBarMarginTop="@dimen/search_view_inset"
app:floatingSearch_searchBarMarginRight="@dimen/search_view_inset"
app:floatingSearch_searchHint="Search..."
app:floatingSearch_suggestionsListAnimDuration="250"
app:floatingSearch_showSearchKey="false"
app:floatingSearch_leftActionMode="showHamburger"
app:floatingSearch_menu="@menu/menu_main"
app:floatingSearch_close_search_on_keyboard_dismiss="true"/>
  mSearchView.setOnQueryChangeListener(new FloatingSearchView.OnQueryChangeListener() {
@Override
public void onSearchTextChanged(String oldQuery, final String newQuery) {
//get suggestions based on newQuery
//pass them on to the search view
mSearchView.swapSuggestions(newSuggestions);
}
});
 

Left action mode:
The left action can be configured as follows:
Add

   app:floatingSearch_leftActionMode="[insert one of the options from table below]"
showHamburger
showSearch
showHome
noLeftAction

Listen to hamburger button clicks:

 mSearchView.setOnLeftMenuClickListener(
new FloatingSearchView.OnLeftMenuClickListener() { ...} );          

To quickly connect your NavigationDrawer to the hamburger button:

   mSearchView.attachNavigationDrawerToMenuButton(mDrawerLayout);

Listen to home (back arrow) button clicks:

  mSearchView.setOnHomeActionClickListener(
new FloatingSearchView.OnHomeActionClickListener() { ... });       
 

Configure menu items:
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Add a menu resource

    app:floatingSearch_menu="@menu/menu_main"

In the menu resource, set items’ app:showAsAction="[insert one of the options described in the table below]"

never Puts the menu item in the overflow options popup
ifRoom Shows an action icon for the menu if the following conditions are met: 1. The search is not focused. 2. There is enough room for it.
always Shows an action icon for the menu if there is room, regardless of whether the search is focused or not.

Listen for item selections

   mSearchView.setOnMenuItemClickListener(new FloatingSearchView.OnMenuItemClickListener() {
@Override
public void onMenuItemSelected(MenuItem item) {                  
}
});
 

Configure suggestion item:
First, implement SearchSuggestion
Optional:
Set a callback for when a given suggestion is bound to the suggestion list.
For the history icons to show, you would need to implement this. Refer to the sample app for an example implementation.

   mSearchView.setOnBindSuggestionCallback(new SearchSuggestionsAdapter.OnBindSuggestionCallback() {
@Override
public void onBindSuggestion(View suggestionView, ImageView leftIcon, TextView textView, SearchSuggestion item, int itemPosition) {
//here you can set some attributes for the suggestion's left icon and text. For example,
//you can choose your favorite image-loading library for setting the left icon's image. 
}
});
 

Styling:


Available styling:

   <style name="SearchView">
<item name="floatingSearch_backgroundColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_viewSearchInputTextColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_viewSuggestionItemTextColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_hintTextColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_dividerColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_clearBtnColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_leftActionColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_menuItemIconColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_suggestionRightIconColor"></item>
<item name="floatingSearch_actionMenuOverflowColor"></item>
</style>

RxBinding Extension

The RxBinding library allows you to listen for query changes using RxJava Obervables.

Observable<CharSequence> queryObservable = RxFloatingSearchView.queryChanges(view);
queryObservable.doOnNext { query -> Toast.makeText(this, "Query is %s".format(query), Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show() }.subscribe();

The Kotlin Extension

The Kotlin extension adds an extension function to the view for more goodness.

view.queryChanges(5).doOnNext { query -> Toast.makeText(this, "Query is %s".format(query), Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show() }.subscribe()

License

Copyright (C) 2015 Ari C.
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.