Good site for standard cookbook style examples - date pickers, etc.?

by Preston » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:02:08 GMT


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 Right now I'm trying to find out what the most commonly used Android
date picker is. It seems to me that it's probably cumbersome to always
use the DatePicker proper. Just because of the size of it and the fact
that many people for a given date field would want to enter data
manually. So I'm thinking someone out there must have come up with a
pattern where you click on a TextEdit field and it brings up a modal
Activity with a DatePicker, after which it returns that value to the
previous Window. Anyone know of such a thing? Or better yet a site
where noobs such as myself can see examples in cookbook fashion and
work the rest out ourselves.

Thanks,

Preston

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