This sample shows how to style text on Android using spans, in Java.
Parse some hardcoded text and do the following:
R.string.display_text. This project is not meant to fully cover the markdown capabilities and has several limitations; for example, quotes do not support nesting other elements.
The text is parsed in the
Parser.parse method and the spans are created in the
MarkdownBuilder.markdownToSpans method. To see how to apply a span, check out
MarkdownBuilder.buildCodeBlockSpan . To see how to apply multiple spans on the same string, see
MarkdownBuilder.buildQuoteSpan. For examples of creating custom spans, see
Clone this repository, enter the top level directory and run
./gradlew tasks to get an overview of all the tasks available for this project.
Some important tasks are:
assembleDebug - Assembles all Debug builds. installDebug - Installs the Debug build. connectedAndroidTest - Installs and runs the tests for Debug build on connected devices. test - Run all unit tests.
If you've found an error in this sample, please file an issue: https://github.com/googlesamples/android-text/issues
Patches are encouraged, and may be submitted by forking this project and submitting a pull request through GitHub.
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