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FlexboxLayout

FlexboxLayout is a library project which brings the similar capabilities of CSS Flexible Box Layout Module to Android.

Installation

Add the following dependency to your build.gradle file.

dependencies {     compile 'com.google.android:flexbox:0.1.1' } 

Usage

FlexboxLayout extends the ViewGroup like LinearLayout and RelativeLayout. You can specify the attributes from a layout XML like:

<com.google.android.flexbox.FlexboxLayout     xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"     xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"     android:layout_width="match_parent"     android:layout_height="match_parent"     app:flexWrap="wrap"     app:alignItems="stretch"     app:alignContent="stretch" >      <TextView         android:id="@+id/textview1"         android:layout_width="120dp"         android:layout_height="80dp"         app:layout_flexBasisPercent="50%"         />      <TextView         android:id="@+id/textview2"         android:layout_width="80dp"         android:layout_height="80dp"         app:layout_alignSelf="center"         />      <TextView         android:id="@+id/textview3"         android:layout_width="160dp"         android:layout_height="80dp"         app:layout_alignSelf="flex_end"         /> </com.google.android.flexbox.FlexboxLayout>

Or from code like:

FlexboxLayout flexboxLayout = (FlexboxLayout) findViewById(R.id.flexbox_layout); flexboxLayout.setFlexDirection(FlexboxLayout.FLEX_DIRECTION_COLUMN);  View view = flexboxLayout.getChildAt(0); FlexboxLayout.LayoutParams lp = (FlexboxLayout.LayoutParams) view.getLayoutParams(); lp.order = -1; lp.flexGrow = 2; view.setLayoutParams(lp);

Supported attributes

You can specify following attributes for the FlexboxLayout.

  • flexDirection

    • The direction children items are placed inside the Flexbox layout, it determines the direction of the main axis (and the cross axis, perpendicular to the main axis). Possible values are:

      • row (default)
      • row_reverse
      • column
      • column_reverse

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  • flexWrap

    • This attribute controls whether the flex container is single-line or multi-line, and the direction of the cross axis. Possible values are:

      • nowrap (default)
      • wrap
      • wrap_reverse

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  • justifyContent

    • This attribute controls the alignment along the main axis. Possible values are:

      • flex_start (default)
      • flex_end
      • center
      • space_between
      • space_around

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  • alignItems

    • This attribute controls the alignment along the cross axis. Possible values are:

      • stretch (default)
      • flex_start
      • flex_end
      • center
      • baseline

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  • alignContent

    • This attribute controls the alignment of the flex lines in the flex container. Possible values are:

      • stretch (default)
      • flex_start
      • flex_end
      • center
      • space_between
      • space_around

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Also you can specify following attributes for the children of a FlexboxLayout

  • layout_order

    • This attribute can change the ordering of the children views are laid out. By default, children are displayed and laid out in the same order as they appear in the layout XML. If not specified, 1 is set as a default value.
  • layout_flexGrow

    • This attribute determines how much this child will grow if positive free space is distributed relative to the rest of other flex items included in the same flex line. If not specified, 0 is set as a default value.
  • layout_flexShrink

    • This attribute determines how much this child will shrink is negative free space is distributed relative to the rest of other flex items included in the same flex line. If not specified, 1 is set as a default value.
  • layout_alignSelf

    • This attribute determines the alignment along the cross axis (perpendicular to the main axis). The alignment in the same direction can be determined by the alignItems in the parent, but if this is set to other than auto , the cross axis alignment is overridden for this child. Possible values are:
      • auto (default)
      • flex_start
      • flex_end
      • center
      • baseline
      • stretch
  • layout_flexBasisPercent

    • The initial flex item length in a fraction format relative to its parent. The initial main size of this child View is trying to be expanded as the specified fraction against the parent main size. If this value is set, the length specified from layout_width (or layout_height ) is overridden by the calculated value from this attribute. This attribute is only effective when the parent’s length is definite (MeasureSpec mode is MeasureSpec.EXACTLY ). The default value is -1 , which means not set.

Known differences from the original CSS specification

This library tries to achieve the same capabilities of the original Flexible specification as much as possible, but due to some reasons such as the way specifying attributes can’t be the same between CSS and Android XML, there are some known differences from the original specification.

(1) There is no flex-flow equivalent attribute

  • Because flex-flow is a shorthand for setting the flex-direction and flex-wrap properties, specifying two attributes from a single attribute is not practical in Android.

(2) There is no flex equivalent attribute

  • Likewise flex is a shorthand for setting the flex-grow , flex-shrink and flex-basis , specifying those attributes from a single attribute is not practical.

(3) layout_flexBasisPercent is introduced instead of flexBasis

  • Both layout_flexBasisPercent in this library and flex-basis property in the CSS are used to determine the initial length of an individual flex item. The flex-basis property accepts width values such as 1em , 10px , and content as strings as well as percentage values such as 10% and 30% , whereas layout_flexBasisPercent only accepts percentage values. But specifying initial fixed width values can be done by specifying width (or height) values in layout_width (or layout_height, varies depending on the flexDirection ). Also, the same effect can be done by specifying "wrap_content" in layout_width (or layout_height) if developers want to achieve the same effect as ‘content’. Thus, layout_flexBasisPercent only accepts percentage values, which can’t be done through layout_width (or layout_height) for simplicity.

(4) min-width and min-height can’t be specified

  • Which isn’t just implemented yet.

How to make contributions

Please read and follow the steps in CONTRIBUTING.md

License

Please see License

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