November 7, 2019 Android themes & styles demystified – Google I/O 2016 By Stephen Hull Articles, Blog 14 Comments Related posts: Custom Views and Performance (100 Days of Google Dev) Chrome Custom Tabs: Displaying 3rd party content in your Android app (100 days of Google Dev) Most Popular Truck Build Themes DevBytes: Web Components – Custom Elements Tags:android, Android UI, app, apps, attributes, GDS: Full Production, io16, Location: MTV, Other: NoGreenScreen, product: android, styles, Team: Scalable Advocacy, themes, Type: Live Event About Author admin 14 Comments Daniele Segato gee, I used to reverse engineer these stuffs from the code… about time for an actual guide, any chance of having it FULLY documented, globally and widget by widget, somewhere (video is cool but text is even better). possibility with informations to handle backward compatibility (support). thanks May 19, 2016 Reply Andres Garcia Yeah, definitely need to have it somewhere with full documentation about those Attributes and possible values. May 20, 2016 Reply Siddharth Shah This is good but, I am probably forget everything after watching the video. Too much information in 30 min. 😐 Please document this. May 24, 2016 Reply Liran Barsisa About 16:00 , is the Discrete style (of Seekbar) available using the support library ? May 24, 2016 Reply adi1133 Are the slides available separately ? May 26, 2016 Reply Spaci Tron Not much of a presentation as much as throwing random information at the audience. If their task was to demystify anything they sure as well did a pretty poor job. July 12, 2016 Reply Marvin Cheung Without a fully documentation of every widget and attribute, it's just another piece of shit July 29, 2016 Reply 周超红 Are the slides available? October 15, 2016 Reply Ketan Warikoo 60fps sweet lordie February 16, 2017 Reply Martyn Haigh Please thoroughly document the use of themes & styles in Android. It's such a clusterfuck right now. February 17, 2017 Reply Amanshu Raikwar Please document this with all the available theme attributes, for god's sake! December 19, 2017 Reply Mitch Besser 21:08? January 8, 2019 Reply StarRunner The presentation PPT content is mostly text for a GUI topic :(. March 5, 2019 Reply Adonias Alcântara noice March 10, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.