TutoShowcase

Features


Min SDK : 14
Price : Free
Language : Java

 

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Link : Github
Owner : florent37
Source Code : Download

 

Tuto Showcase

A simple and Elegant Showcase view for Android

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TutoShowcase.from(this)
.setContentView(R.layout.tuto_sample)
.on(R.id.about) //a view in actionbar
.addCircle()
.withBorder()
.onClick(new View.OnClickListener() {
@Override
public void onClick(View v) {
//custom action
}
})
.on(R.id.swipable)
.displaySwipableRight()
.show();

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compile 'com.github.florent37:tutoshowcase:1.0.1'

Tutorial

You can simply limit a showcase visibility to once with .showOnce(string)

Content View

It’s simple to add a content view into the TutoShowcase,
you can for example add images or descriptions texts

TutoShowcase.from(this)
.setContentView(R.layout.tuto_sample)
...
.show()

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Indicators

You can higlight some elements to user

Circle

.on(view)
.addCircle()

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RoundRect

.on(view)
.addRoundRect()

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Actions

Some actions can be explained to the user

Scrollable

.on(view)
.displayScrollable()

Swipable Left

.on(view)
.displaySwipableLeft()

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Swipable Right

.on(view)
.displaySwipableRight()

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Events

You can listen for indicator click

.on(view)
. //your indicator
.onClick(new View.OnClickListener(){
public void onClick(View view){
//your action
}
}

If you have any clickable view into your content layout

TutoShowcase.from(this)
.setContentView(R.layout.tuto_sample)
.onClickContentView(R.id.clickableView, new View.OnClickListener() {
@Override
public void onClick(View view) {
}
})
...
.show()