LookAndFeel for Android?


#1

Hello JUCErs!

I’m thrilled about the new JUCE-on-smartphone progress, and wanted to know who (if anyone) is working on a JUCE LookAndFeel subclass for Android-look widgets.

RSVP…

Stephen Pope
FASTLabInc
Santa Barbara, CA


#2

up until now, i’ve been randomly overriding various method of the lookandfeel.

However, pretty soon, i want to create a way to give apps a whole new look, both through lookandfeel subclassing and component base classes. This wont be just for Android however, but Android plays an important part.

if you have ideas, please share.


#3

 

Thanks for your response, hugh.

 

I guess I had naively assumed that this would be done already. The fact that we have a LookAndFeel class implies that we should subclass it for all current looks-and-feels, but it appears that it's not common.

 

I come from Smalltalk, where we have L&F classes for all standard (and several really obscure) L&F styles. See the screen dump http://fastlabinc.com/st-pluggable-look.jpg with examples of the same tool in ST-look, Mac-look and Windoze-look.

 

(I'd pay for it if there was an Android (and an iOS) L&F class for JUCE...

 

stp

 


#4

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