Android Material Design with Design Support Library
With the introduction of Material Design, Android Material Design Support Library was also introduced and it provides all new Material Design components with backward compatibility. This course talks about all the important Material Design Support Library components along with it's Design Guidelines by using appropriate Material Themes and colors.
What you'll learn
Want to use Material Design Components with ease? This is your final stop where you will learn about all new Design Support Library and it's related components in detail with design guidelines by using the appropriate Material Themes and Colors. This course will take you from basic components of Material Design Support library components and help you out on how to implement it in your live projects along with backward compatibility. The best part of this course is that you will learn to make several complete Android demo apps from scratch in each module based on material design guidelines. Enhance your application user interface designing skills by implementing all new materialistic features introduced in Android Material Design and start implementing in your live applications. At the end of this course, you will be able to create a flat User Interface similar to that of professional applications found on Google Play store.
Table of contents
- Introduction and Project Setup 3m
- Floating Action Button with Design Guidelines 3m
- Adding and Customizing Floating Action Button 5m
- Overview of Snackbar with Design Guidelines 5m
- Adding a Simple Snackbar 5m
- Significance and Use of Coordinator Layout 4m
- Adding Action Button in Snackbar 3m
- Customization of Snackbar 6m
- Summary 1m