Telerik Examples

Telerik Examples


"UI for Android" is a set of native UI controls that assist in building Android applications faster.
For more information, please visit: http://www.telerik.com/android-ui

Controls & Features included

ListView
- Group, Sort, Filter
- Load on demand
- Pull to refresh
- Selection
- Swipe to execute
- Item reordering
- Linear, Grid and StaggeredGrid layout strategies
- The Telerik ListView is based on the Android RecyclerView so UI vitualization is provided out-of-the-box

ChartView
- Series
- Line
- Spline
- Area
- SplineArea
- Bar
- RangeBar
- Pie
- Donut
- Financial (OHLC, Candlestick)
- Scatter
- Bubble
- Axes
- Categorical
- DateTimeCategorical
- DateTimeContinuous
- Linear
- Logarithmic
- Plotting multiple axes on a single chart
- Behaviors
- Pan & Zoom
- Trackball
- Tooltip
- Selection
- Miscellaneous features
- Palettes - set of predefined styles for each chart type
- Annotations - visual elements for highlighting areas on the plot. Can be used as comments or as markers for specific values on the plot.
- Labels - both for series and axes
- Legend

CalendarView
- Can display events from the device's calendar
- Week, Month & Year view
- Single, Multiple & Range selection
- Customizable cells

SideDrawer (NavigationDrawer)
- 11 predefined open/close animations
- Can be opened from all edges of the screen
- Customizable fade layer
- Customizable drawer size

Data Source
- A non-UI adapter that offers an easy way to sort, group and filter in-memory data. Used internally by the ListView.
- The DataSource is most useful when used as a "data hub" where data is obtained, reshaped and sent to a view to be displayed.

AppFeedback
- A component that exposes an easy way to gather feedback from your application users. The AppFeedback control is integrated with the Telerik Platform and provides a convenient way to manage the user feedback.

ScrollView
- A control based on the native Android ScrollView that provides simultaneous horizontal and vertical scrolling.

New examples are added regularly. The application's source code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/telerik/Android-samples/tree/master/Telerik-Examples

Recent changes:
ListView
- Group, Sort, Filter, Load on demand, Pull to refresh, Selection, Swipe to execute, Item reordering, Linear, Grid and StaggeredGrid layout strategies, UI vitualization.

CalendarView
- Display events from the device's calendar.

SideDrawer
- 11 predefined open/close animations
- Can be opened from all edges of the screen

Data Source
- A non-UI adapter that offers an easy way to sort, group and filter in-memory data. Used internally by the ListView.
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About Telerik Examples
"UI for Android" is a set of native UI controls that assist in building Android applications faster.
For more information, please visit: http://www.telerik.com/android-ui

Controls & Features included

ListView
- Group, Sort, Filter
- Load on demand
- Pull to refresh
- Selection
- Swipe to execute
- Item reordering
- Linear, Grid and StaggeredGrid layout strategies
- The Telerik ListView is based on the Android RecyclerView so UI vitualization is provided out-of-the-box

ChartView
- Series
- Line
- Spline
- Area
- SplineArea
- Bar
- RangeBar
- Pie
- Donut
- Financial (OHLC, Candlestick)
- Scatter
- Bubble
- Axes
- Categorical
- DateTimeCategorical
- DateTimeContinuous
- Linear
- Logarithmic
- Plotting multiple axes on a single chart
- Behaviors
- Pan & Zoom
- Trackball
- Tooltip
- Selection
- Miscellaneous features
- Palettes - set of predefined styles for each chart type
- Annotations - visual elements for highlighting areas on the plot. Can be used as comments or as markers for specific values on the plot.
- Labels - both for series and axes
- Legend

CalendarView
- Can display events from the device's calendar
- Week, Month & Year view
- Single, Multiple & Range selection
- Customizable cells

SideDrawer (NavigationDrawer)
- 11 predefined open/close animations
- Can be opened from all edges of the screen
- Customizable fade layer
- Customizable drawer size

Data Source
- A non-UI adapter that offers an easy way to sort, group and filter in-memory data. Used internally by the ListView.
- The DataSource is most useful when used as a "data hub" where data is obtained, reshaped and sent to a view to be displayed.

AppFeedback
- A component that exposes an easy way to gather feedback from your application users. The AppFeedback control is integrated with the Telerik Platform and provides a convenient way to manage the user feedback.

ScrollView
- A control based on the native Android ScrollView that provides simultaneous horizontal and vertical scrolling.

New examples are added regularly. The application's source code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/telerik/Android-samples/tree/master/Telerik-Examples

Recent changes:
ListView
- Group, Sort, Filter, Load on demand, Pull to refresh, Selection, Swipe to execute, Item reordering, Linear, Grid and StaggeredGrid layout strategies, UI vitualization.

CalendarView
- Display events from the device's calendar.

SideDrawer
- 11 predefined open/close animations
- Can be opened from all edges of the screen

Data Source
- A non-UI adapter that offers an easy way to sort, group and filter in-memory data. Used internally by the ListView.

User reviews of Telerik Examples
Thanks for the positive review. We're working on a new set of tutorials and help articles to get developers started with the library.
Nov 25, 2014
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 23, 2014
Nice controls Easy to use controls for Android studio. Now doing end with controls hoping better result
A Google User
Jul 2, 2014
Excellent UI and functionality Great looking controls. Already downloaded trial version to begin tinkering. I'm however not finding anything past basic examples. Guess its because everythings new.
A Google User
Jun 23, 2014
Awesome UI Controls I will be using it in my next App!
A Google User
Jun 23, 2014
Best UI solution for Android
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