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AndroidTableauLibrary is an Android SDK library supports variety of analytic graphs which developers simply integrate on Android project. - by @sung2063

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Android Tableau library supports variety of graphs which developers simply integrate visualization reports on Android application.

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πŸ“‹ Table of Contents

  1. Latest Update
  2. Usage Instruction
    1. Setup Project
    2. PieGraphView
    3. DotProgressView
    4. LinearProgressView
  3. Attributions
    1. PieGraphView
    2. DotProgressView
    3. LinearProgressView
  4. License
  5. Contributors

πŸ†• Latest Update

Updated on May 19th 2021

  • NEW: PieGraphView, DotProgressView, and LinearProgressView are released! ✨

Updated on May 20th 2021

  • Improve codes from v1.0-rc-1

πŸ“– Usage Instruction

1. Setup your Android project setting

Minimum SDK Version: 21 or greater (Update in your app level build.gradle)
Supported Programming Language: Kotlin

Add following snippet code in your project level build.gradle.

android {
    compileOptions {
        sourceCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8
        targetCompatibility JavaVersion.VERSION_1_8
    }
}

2. Add required library

First, include following jitpack url inside maven block in your project level build.gradle.

allprojects {
    repositories {
        ...
        maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
    }
}

Next, add the TableauViews and required libraries in app level build.gradle and sync the gradle file.

implementation 'com.github.sung2063:AndroidTableauLibrary:1.0-rc-2'
implementation 'com.google.android.material:material:1.3.0'

Now you are ready to use Tableau Library. You can start creating graph and progress views.


PieGraphView

First, create a PieGraphView in your xml file.

<com.sung2063.tableau_library.graph.PieGraphView
        android:id="@+id/pie_graph_view"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent" />

Next, in your onCreate() method in Activity, create an arrrylist that holds PieGraphModel objects, pass list to new PieGraphHandler object, and set this to pieGraphView handler.

val pieGraphView: PieGraphView = findViewById(R.id.pie_graph_view)

// Create ArrayList<PieGraphModel> object...

val handler = PieGraphHandler(dataList)
pieGraphView.setHandler(handler)

Your pie graph with list of data is displayed on your app! πŸ‘


DotProgressView

First, create a DotProgressView in your xml file.

<com.sung2063.tableau_library.progress.DotProgressView
        android:id="@+id/dot_progress_view"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent" />

Next, in your onCreate() method in Activity, create an mutableList that holds DotProgressModel objects, pass list to new DotProgressHandler object, and set this to dotProgressView handler.

val dotProgressView: DotProgressView = findViewById(R.id.dot_progress_view)

// Create MutableList<DotProgressModel> object...

val handler = DotProgressHandler(dataList)
dotProgressView.setHandler(handler)

Your dot progress graph with list of data is displayed on your app! πŸ‘


LinearProgressView

First, create a LinearProgressView in your xml file.

<com.sung2063.tableau_library.progress.LinearProgressView
        android:id="@+id/linear_progress_view"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent" />

Next, in your onCreate() method in Activity, create an mutableList that holds LinearProgressModel objects, pass list to new LinearProgressHandler object, and set this to linearProgressView handler.

val linearProgressView: LinearProgressView = findViewById(R.id.linear_progress_view)

// Create MutableList<LinearProgressModel> object...

val handler = LinearProgressHandler(dataList)
linearProgressView.setHandler(handler)

Your linear progress graph with list of data is displayed on your app! πŸ‘

🎨 Attributions

Here are available attributions you can use to customize your tableau views.

PieGraphView

Attribution Value Description
useArcColor boolean Use each object's arc color if the value true, otherwise use default color.
graphColor string User choose default graph color. This applies only when useArcColor attribution is false.

DotProgressView

Attribution Value Description
useCommonColor boolean Use all progress same color if the value true, otherwise use own progress color which set on each objects.
filledColor string Hex color code for progress. This applies only when useCommonColor attribution is true.
unfilledColor string Hex color code for scale line.

LinearProgressView

Attribution Value Description
useCommonColor boolean Use all progress same color if the value true, otherwise use own progress color which set on each objects.
filledColor string Hex color code for progress. This applies only when useCommonColor attribution is true.
unfilledColor string Hex color code for scale line.
maxValue integer The maximum value for progress.

πŸ“ License

The code is licensed under the MIT License.

🌟 Contributors

Developer: Sung Hyun Back (@sung2063)

Designer: Da Eun Park

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AndroidTableauLibrary is an Android SDK library supports variety of analytic graphs which developers simply integrate on Android project. - by @sung2063

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