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The Android Themes - Documentation & Manuals - 2.0 With Android, you can define the look and feel of your app using themes. Design defines standard colours, typefaces and pictures for an Android action or an overall use. You can use the device's built-in themes or add your own themes to your app. Titanium standard uses a customized design named Titanium for its primary activities.

The design defaults to the home page when the program is started, but otherwise changes to a standard topic of the unit. The design is an AppCompat design with a transparent backdrop. You can do both to refresh the appearance of your application: Define a single design per pane or per type of action.

With Android, you can add some built-in designs that allow you to modify the overall look of your applications with ease. In order to use an integrated design, you must generate an underlying topic file for your current design, specify the integrated design you want to use, and point to it in the Android Manifest section of your diapp. xml file.

Start by creating an HTML topic in . /platform/android/res/values. DON'T name the topicme. xml file. This name is used by Titium as the standard topic filename needed to generate the app. Creating a filename named theme.xml overwrites the standard Titium filename and interrupts the building for you.

Insert the desired design into the design IMG structure using the design editor. Topics created by the Android system, except for the AppCompat themes, are preceded by @android:style (e.g. @android:style/Theme.Translucent). Users define themes that have been created by the program and are introduced with @style (e.g. @style/Theme.MyTheme). Below is a sample example of a sample that provides assistance for some of the popular integrated Android themes.

Titanium SDK uses the application compatibility libraries to offer theme assistance. An advantage of using the Appcompat lib is that it offers ActionBar compatibility on Android 2.1. x and higher enabled computers. Before using the Compatible Applet library, the ActionBar was only available for Android 3.x and higher enabled computers.

Please be aware that only AppCompat themes can be used by your app. Lastly, to use a design in your app, change the Android section of your diapp. nml to refer to the styles name you want to use: Below are some screen shots that show the differences between the different built-in designs: Titanium SDK contains some pre-defined designs.

Use these designs in your applications instead of building your own. REMARK: Do not design with the same name as a pre-defined design. The design is inspired by the standard AppCompat themes of the Android SDK with the standard split sceen picture backdrop. If the value is 0 and later, the actions and titles bars are hidden.

AppCompat.Transluzent themme. 0Same as Theme.AppCompat. Transparent, but without actions or titles. AppCompat.Transluzente.NoTitleBar themme. 0Same as topic.AppCompat.Transluzent. Note: TitleBar, but the screen is full screen (covers the progress bar). AppCompat themme. 0Theme is built on the AppCompat topic with a full-screen pane (covers the progress bar) without an actions or titles pane. 0Theme is built on the AppCompat topic without actions and titles.

0Same as Theme.AppCompat. NoteTitleBar with a full screen display (covers the progress bar). In order to use a topic on a global level, you must assign the android: topic attributes in the tiapp.xml android: topic files to the topic name in the app section of the Android Manifesto part. In order to modify the design windows, assign the name of the design to the themes properties of the windows (available since Release 3.4.0).

NOTE: This option makes the design for a pane dynamic. With Android natively, this leads to instability on different machines or operating systems with a topic that is not defined for a specific manifest activity and a transparent backdrop. Thus, for example, the pane may be monochrome dark and display no contents.

You are advised not to use such themes dynamic. vary wind = Ti.UI.createWindow({theme: "Theme.AppCompat. Fullscreen"}); to create customized themes, place the theme's native native format with your customized style in the platform/android/res/values directory. DON'T name the topicme.xml file. This name is used by Titium as the standard topic filename needed to create the app.

Creating a filename named theme.xml overwrites the standard Titanium filename and interrupts the building for you. Notice that you can also add version-specific themes by creating a values-v directory. So for example, a topic specified in value 11 is used for layer 11 of the ABAP Dictionary (3. 0/Honeycomb) and above, and a topic specified in value 14 is used for layer 14 of the ABAP Dictionary (4. 0/Eiscreme-Sandwich) and above.

If, for example, you want your design to be inspired by the lighting topic, please generate the following topic file: Above topic contains two user-defined styles: First point defined the "topic". MyTheme " is modeled on the Android Power topic. Styles set the wallpaper of the windows using the picture in platform/android/res/drawable/example.png.

This second element overwrites the standard text colour used in the design. To simplify matters, all colours can be specified in a seperate table which can be found under platform/android/res/values/colors.xml. This third element overwrites the standard lighting topic pointer for text boxes and uses the text box colour attribute as the pointer colour. About the " themme.

MyTheme " topic in your app, change the Android section of your tiapp.xml file: For more information, see Android Developers: Stiles and themes for in-depth information on how to customize elements. The Titanium SDK provides the chromaticity attribute of substance themes implemented in Android 5. 0 (Lollipop). Using these properties, you can design the Dashboard, Actions Panel, and multiple check widgets such as toggles and text boxes without having to design each individual part.

In order to use the Titanium materials design, you must generate a customized design that expands one of the AppCompat themes, and then specify the shade guide properties that you want to modify from the standard design (see the properties chart below). Android SDK 5 is required to start your applications.

Notice that some of the properties are not applicable when the app is run on a device that runs earlier version of Android (pre-Lollipop) (see compare chart below). Don't change the parental to @android:style/Theme. Only Android 5.0 and higher supports the materials topic. Titium uses the AppCompat libary to suport the actions toolbar for earlier releases of Android and cannot directly derive from the materials topic. colorPrimaryDarkSets the colors of the state toolbar.

Works only with Android 5. 0 (API 21) and above. colorPrimarySets the colour of the actionskbar. Specifies the highlight colour, which is usually the colour of the handle when it is on. Set the colour of the handle if it is not on. Specifies the colour when the handle is enabled.

Specifies the colour when the operator is clicking on a handle. Works only with Android 5. 0 (API 21) and higher. Specifies the colour of the rocker arm of a rocker when it is not activated. Works only with Android 5. 0 (API 21) and above. android:colorButtonNormalSets the colour of a key if it is not depressed.

Works only with Android 5. 0 (API 21) and above. android:colorEdgeEffectSets the border effect colour when the operator tries to browse beyond the borders of the contents. Works only with Android 5. 0 (API 21) and higher. Specifies the colour of the Navigate pane (the pane at the bottom of the unit that contains the Back, Home, and Last App buttons).

Works only with Android 5. 0 (API 21) and higher. Specifies the text colour on the control elements. Before Android 5. 0, this only changes the colour of the titles of the action bars and overlap menus. Below is an example of a design that uses AppCompat's standard design and uses extra colour scheme properties in the following definition of an underlying design using the following interface.

The topic was used for the task in the screenshot above. Following chart shows a comparison of the same applications when using different Android releases and themes. Notice that the Android 4.4 snapshots use the Shift key in the old way due to the Android #78262 plug. The Android Developers Blog: AppleCompat 21 - Material Design for Pre-Lollipop Devices!

Once you have defined a glob design, the app can overwrite the design for a particular pane or action, or if you want to define a user-defined design for a particular pane or action. The Titanium SDK provides the themes feature for Windows 0. You can use the themes attribute to overwrite the overall design for a single pane.

Specify the name of the topic you want to be applied to the pane. You can only specify the attribute when you create the Windows objects and it cannot be modified after you do so. This method creates the design for a pane dynamic. With Android natively, this leads to instability on different machines or operating systems with a topic that is not defined for a specific manifest activity and a transparent backdrop.

Thus, for example, the pane may be monochrome dark and display no contents. You are advised not to use such themes dynamic. Themes: {theme: "Theme.AppCompat. Fullscreen"}); as you can see in the above example, an application-wide topic can be specified in the item of your diapp. nml files, but it can also be overwritten per action.

Those actions are specified in the android manifestfile xml, which is created by the compile time. Locate the created AndroidManifest.xml files in the build/android directory under your projects directory. The Android manifest. You' ll find codes like this in xml: android: name=". android: label="ThemeTest" android: theme="@style/Theme. android: configChanges="keyboardHidden|orientation" The building directory is invisible by defaults in the Studio App Explorer and Studio Project Explorer windows, but can be seen in the Navigator-window.

In order to skip the topic for one of these actions, copy the action definitions to the diapp. yml archive and place it in the item. As in the initial AndroidManifest. nesting example, the item must be wrapped into a item in the same way as in the initial AndroidManifest.

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