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How can I access a Non-static method In a library
1 project | dev.to | 2 Apr 2021
Hi, I'm new to android. Now I have used a library to implement ripple effect into my application. This is the scenario. 1) I'm using the button image and its background ripple effect through an API from the server-side, and I'm keeping the response at the time of application login, into SharedPreferences. 2) I'm using the BroadcastReceiver to implement the button effect. 3) The button is represented as an image and its background ripple effect. (The library I used for this implementation is https://github.com/skyfishjy/android-ripple-background) 4) The library provides the ripple color in the form of TypedArray (hear is the code section of the implementation)
What are some alternatives?
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