The following is the first few sections of a chapter from The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development, plus headings for the remaining major sections, to give you an idea about the content of the chapter.
Next up is to configure the action bar to our EmPubLite application.
This is a continuation of the work we did in the previous tutorial.
Starting in this tutorial, we will now begin editing Java source files. Some useful Android Studio shortcut key combinations are:
importstatements, including removing unused imports.
We are going to need a couple of icons for our action bar items. Nowadays, the preferred approach for doing this is to start with vector drawables.
Right-click over the
res/ directory and choose New > “Vector Asset”
from the context menu. This brings up the first page of the vector
Figure 221: Android Studio Vector Asset Wizard, As Initially Launched
Click on the Icon button. This will bring up the material icon selector.
In the search field, type
info, then click on the “info outline” icon:
Figure 222: Android Studio Vector Asset Wizard, Material Icon Selector
Click “OK”. This will update the name of the asset to
Click Next, then Finish, to add that icon as an XML file in
Repeat that process to add a second vector asset, this time for “help outline” –
you can search on
help to quickly get to this icon.
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