Pro Android UI

  • Authors
  • Wallace Jackson

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvi
  2. Introduction to the Core Classes for Android UI Design: Development Tools, Layout Containers and Widgets

  3. Introduction to the Android Menu Classes for UI Design: OptionsMenu, ContextMenu, PopupMenu and ActionBar

  4. Android UI Design: UI Layout Considerations, Android OS Design Concepts and Android UI Design Guidelines

  5. Basic Android UI Design: Basic Layout Containers: FrameLayout, LinearLayout, RelativeLayout and GridLayout

  6. Advanced Android UI Design: Advanced Layout Containers: DrawerLayout, SlidingPane, ViewPager, PagerTitleStrip and PagerTabStrip

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 443-443

About this book

Introduction

If you’re an Android application developer, chances are you’re using fixed, scrolling, swipe-able, and other cutting-edge custom UI Designs in your Android development projects. These UI Design approaches as well as other Android ViewGroup UI layout containers are the bread and butter of Pro Android User Interface (UI) design and Android User Experience (UX) design and development.

Using a top down approach, Pro Android UI shows you how to design and develop the best user interface for your app, while taking into account the varying device form factors in the increasingly fragmented Android environment. Pro Android UI aims to be the ultimate reference and customization cookbook for your Android UI Design, and as such will be useful to experienced developers as well as beginners.

With Android’s powerful UI layout classes, you can easily create everything from the simplest of lists to fully tricked-out user interfaces. While using these UI classes for boring, standard user interfaces can be quite simple, customizing a unique UI design can often become extremely challenging.

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