Library Color Picker for Android (Open Source)
XDA member Devmil, known for the Minimalist text, presents a complete color picker presented as an open source and extracted into an Android library project. Now, you can have a library where you could choose a color like in photo-shop but also input exact values for the more advanced users. If you like this work or want to contribute please leave a comment in the original thread, your feedback is greatly appreciated.
Originally posted by Devmil
[Library] Color picker (Open Source)
I don’t know if this is the right forum, so please forgive me if it isn’t
During the development of Minimalistic Text I came across the lack of a good color picker view for Android.
In the first attempt I used the one from the samples (The “Ring”).
The second attempt has been to integrate this one and add the possibility to change the alpha channel.
In the end I decided to build my own.
To let you use this color picker and – if you like to and are able to – improve it, I’ve extracted it into an Android library project and made it open source.
It’s hosted at Google Code:
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