ElCondor · Feb 19, 2010 at 06:51 am

SliderList Control Library Program

XDA member Obelix_A has created a library program for application developers.

Originally posted by Obelix_A

I’ve written a small library and hope it is useful for some other software developers, too. As I got so many hints/tweaks/apps from xda-devs for free, I also want to give this lib out for free. But that does not mean that you are not welcome to donate if you like my work 

Attached to this post you will find a zip file containing the library and a demo project showing the capabilities of the library.

As you can see on the screen shots below, the list items can be simple text, check items with and without thumbnail and radio items. All items can be grouped, but do not have to. If you use grouping, you can decide, if the group is collapsible/expandable or not (see also screen shots)
Each item may have ChildItems (despite to the group items, which have *SubItems*). The child items slide in view either by using a ParentItem, which has a “button” to scroll the children in view, or by sliding the finger from right to left after tapping on the item.

If you need another functionality for your item, you can either inherit and extend the item that fits best, or implement item on your own.

Of course you can use any graphics you like to skin the list items. To see how it all works, please have a look at the demo project.

You can find more information & download in the application thread.


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