The simplest way to add a bottom border line to a view is this one. If you search on Google and StackOverflow you will find many ways to do this, but they seemed overly complex compared to this one. So if you ever need a border line at the bottom of a view you can use this drawable.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <layer-list xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" > <item android:gravity="bottom"> <shape> <size android:height="1dp" /> <solid android:color="#17a2e3" /> </shape> </item> </layer-list>
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Recent Posts: My Android Solutions
If you ever wondered how to read and parse a simple JSON file stored in the assets directory of your Android project, here is a way to do it.
In this tutorial I will create a simple Sectioned RecyclerView that will show 2 sections and a few items in each section and how to move an item from one section to another. Note: For RecyclerView I used AndroidX imports and not android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView! Setup We need to import the recycler view from AndroidX. The build.gradle…
Recently, I had to add a perfect square CardView and I wanted to achieve this without hardcoding its width and height. I happily discovered the power of ConstraintLayout and this is how I managed to create a perfect square which should work on every dimension. In my project I created a RecyclerView with 2 columns,…