Howto create a quick action bar/badge/Dialog

by David » Sat, 26 Jun 2010 17:22:13 GMT


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 Hey everyone,

I watched the UI session on Google IO this year in which they showed
us the quick action dialogs used in the twitter App.
I really like the way they work and would like to include one in my
own App.
But even though I'm not a beginner I can't think of an efficient way
of implementing the dialog / badge / bar.

I tried looking at the implementation of the quick contact bage but it
is rather complex and hard to extract the essentials. And in the end
it's not really the same as the twitter one.

Does anyone have an example or is there any documentation of how to
create quick action bars?

Greets David

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Howto create a quick action bar/badge/Dialog

by Mark Murphy » Sat, 26 Jun 2010 17:26:18 GMT


 


qberticus posted this the other day:

 http://code.google.com/p/simple-quickactions/ 

Haven't played with it myself, and the look-and-feel is up to you.

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