Android Material Design: Implementing Tabs
Make your app stand out in Google Playstore by using Tabs! You'll learn about the implementation of Material Tabs (including tabs with text, icons, scrollable tabs, and more) using TabLayout, part of the Android Material Design Support Library.
What you'll learn
Curious about Material Tabs and how they can be used to make your app better? In this course, Android Material Design: Implementing Tabs, you will learn the implementation of Material Tabs using the all-new TabLayout component introduced in the Design Support Library, covering details, design guidelines, and using the appropriate Material Themes and Colors. You'll start with prerequisite topics for implementing Material Tabs, such as using ViewPager with various adapters like PagerAdapter, FragmentPagerAdapter, and FragmentStatePagerAdapter. Next, you'll progress to Material Tabs implementation, such as implementing Tabs with text, icon, or both text and icon; Scrollable Tabs; and Tabs with custom views. Finally, you'll leverage your Material Design knowledge by creating all demo applications from scratch in each module and learn how and when you should use Tabs in your application. By the end of this course, you'll be able to use Material Tabs so that your app stands out well in front of other professional apps in the Google Playstore.
Table of contents
- Introduction to ViewPager 2m
- Simple ViewPager: Preparing Data Modal and Layout Resources 9m
- Implementing PagerAdapter 14m
- Analysing PagerAdapter Methods Using Logcat 9m
- ViewPager: Memory Management 3m
- Implementing FragmentPagerAdapter 9m
- Analysing FragmentPagerAdapter in Detail 5m
- Understanding FragmentStatePagerAdapter 5m
- Summary 3m