Graphics. Drawables Namespace
Provides classes to manage a variety of visual elements that are intended for display only, such as bitmaps and gradients.
Drawable containing a set of Drawable keyframes where the currently displayed keyframe is chosen based on the current state set.
An object used to create frame-by-frame animations, defined by a series of Drawable objects, which can be used as a View object's background.
A Drawable that wraps a bitmap and can be tiled, stretched, or aligned.
A Drawable that clips another Drawable based on this Drawable's current level value.
A specialized Drawable that fills the Canvas with a specified color.
A Drawable is a general abstraction for "something that can be drawn.
This abstract class is used by Drawables to store shared constant state and data between Drawables.
A helper class that contains several Drawables and selects which one to use.
A ConstantState that can contain several Drawables.
A Drawable with a color gradient for buttons, backgrounds, etc.
Controls how the gradient is oriented relative to the drawable's bounds
A Drawable that insets another Drawable by a specified distance.
A Drawable that manages an array of other Drawables.
A resource that manages a number of alternate Drawables, each assigned a maximum numerical value.
A resizeable bitmap, with stretchable areas that you define.
Drawable that draws its bounds in the given paint, with optional rounded corners.
Drawable subclass that wraps a Picture, allowing the picture to be used wherever a Drawable is supported.
Drawable that shows a ripple effect in response to state changes.
A Drawable that changes the size of another Drawable based on its current level value.
A Drawable object that draws primitive shapes.
Base class defines a factory object that is called each time the drawable is resized (has a new width or height).
Lets you assign a number of graphic images to a single Drawable and swap out the visible item by a string ID value.
An extension of LayerDrawables that is intended to cross-fade between the first and second layer.
This lets you create a drawable based on an XML vector graphic.
Implement this interface if you want to create an animated drawable that extends Drawable.
Interface that drawables supporting animations should implement.
Enumerates values returned by the LinearGradient, RadialGradient, and SweepGradient members and taken as a parameter of the
Enumerates values returned by several types.
Enumerates values returned by several methods of ShapeType and taken as a parameter of the