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Sunrise Sunset View

git://github.com/fennifith/SunriseSunsetView.git

SunriseSunsetView is a lightweight Android view used for displaying and/or editing sunrise and sunset times. This is a part of my efforts to modularize some of the things that I write; it was originally a part of Alarmio, and has been separated into its own library.

For testing and experimentation purposes, a sample apk can be downloaded here.

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Usage

Setup

This project is published on JitPack, which you can add to your project by copying the following to your root build.gradle at the end of “repositories”.

allprojects {
  repositories {
    ...
    maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
  }
}

To add the dependency, copy this line into your app module’s build.gradle file.

implementation 'me.jfenn:SunriseSunsetView:0.0.1'

Basic Use

Adding the SlideActionView somewhere in your layout is fairly simple. Here is an example:

<me.jfenn.sunrisesunsetview.SunriseSunsetView
  android:id="@+id/sunView"
  android:layout_width="match_parent"
  android:layout_height="240dp" />

Note the layout_height="240dp". The view does not have a minimum size, and will scale according to its width and height inside of the layout that it is placed in, so you must define a width and height for it to use.

You can specify an interface to recieve updates from the view by calling .setListener(SunriseListener)

sunView.setListener(new SunriseSunsetView.SunriseListener() {
  @Override
  public void onSunriseChanged(SunriseSunsetView view, long sunriseMillis) {
    // do something
  }
  
  @Override
  public void onSunsetChanged(SunriseSunsetView view, long sunsetMillis) {
    // do something else
  }
});

The sunrise and sunset times are passed as milliseconds ranging from 0 to “24 hours”, or 86400000. Note that these values are not dependent on your current time zone - they start at 0, representing “0:00”, and end at 864399999, representing “23:59”.

You can set these values by calling .setDayStart(millis) and .setDayEnd(millis).

As I am too lazy to write any more documentation, you can see my automated documentation for the view here.

Last updated: 2018-11-16 18:18:04 +0000

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