[Library] Floating Action Button from Android L on Kitkat and below
So, Material Design is here and its beautiful. But wait. Its not here yet. And its not for everyone either. So while Google does its thing and squashes bugs and whatnot, why not give your pre-L apps a Material look? Making the ActionBar 56dp high is the most obvious way to go. But why not take it a step further and add the floating action button like the one that the Google+ app has? Too complicated? This library has got you covered. With just a few lines of code, FABulous allows you to add the button and customize its color and drawable too.
Place the FAB in a FrameLayout and add your layouts above the FAB view. For best results, keep the FAB height and width at 72dp and in the bottom right of the FrameLayout
Your layouts here. Do not put anything below the FAB layout
this is probably a dumb question, but could somebody give me a easier tutorial on how to do this? i would really like to try it but i dont really understand how it should be done. im all new to android again after som years with crapple.
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