Posts Tagged ‘ contextual menu ’

Creating Contextual Action Mode for single views in pre Honeycomb versions using Sherlock Library

August 2, 2012
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Contextual Action Mode Using Sherlock library

We know that contextual  action mode is introduced in Android 3.0 ( Honeycomb ) and is not available in the pre Honeycomb versions of Android. But we can mimic a contextual action mode using Sherlock library. In this article we will develop a demo application containing contextual action mode for Android 2.x and above...

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Dynamically adding activities to a menu using addIntentOptions in Android

July 27, 2012
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ContextMenu with dynamically added menu item

We know the very famous quote “Do not reinvent the wheel”. This is really apt for Android applications. Because Android facilitates an application to integrate existing activities available in the system effortlessly. There are numerous methods to integrate system activities to an application. One method is to dynamically add required activities to the application’s...

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Creating a contextual menu bar ( contextual action mode ) for a listview in Android

July 25, 2012
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Contextual Action Mode

The contextual menu bar (contextual action mode) is introduced in Android 3.0 ( HoneyComb ). A contextual menu bar is a horizontal bar displayed at the top of an activity and can contain various menu item actions. In the article titled¬† “Creating a contextual menu bar ( contextual action mode ) for a single...

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Creating a contextual menu bar ( contextual action mode ) for a single view in Android

July 25, 2012
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Contextual Action Bar

Beginning with Android 3.0, a new UI feature is introduced which is called contextual action mode. In this mode, a contextual menu will be displayed at the top of the screen in a horizontal bar with a set of menu actions. These menu actions can be acted on a single view of an activity...

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Creating a floating contextual menu in Android

July 24, 2012
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In this article we will see how to create a floating contextual menu in an Android application.In the main activity, a list of country names will be listed in listview. On long pressing an item, the contextual menu will be appeared. There will be three menu items in the context menu such as “Edit”,...

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