I'm trying to add a fragment to an activity after the content view in the activity has been set. I'm not using the compatibility package and have my target API set to 16. I'm expecting the activity to be set to the fragments layout after the setContentView method in the main activity but on runtime, the fragment is never added and the screen in blank.
I'm little bit dissapointed by the viewpager with fragments, since 4 days i try many solutions, without sucess.
I 'm beginner in fragments, i follow a great tutorial to create my viewpager. I can rotate phone no problem with fragments. But i must open a new activity from a fragment within viewpager and then go back on host activity which contain viewpager.
I have an activity that extends SherlockFragmentActivity. Clicking on any button in this activity makes that frame replaced with a fragment. Fragment contains a ViewPager that a ListView is in it. OnListItemClick event is located within the fragment. when clicking on any of the items in the ListView it makes the new fragment open, and this continues to be hierarchical.
My Activity has a one-pane layout in portrait and a two-pane layout in landscape, using Fragments. I'd like the system to restore all the views after an orientation change, but I don't know where to start.
Is this even possible considering the layout is different (but similar) in the two orientations?
If anyone has implemented this (or at least tried), please share you experience.
I'm trying to create an activity that adds a dynamic fragment at runtime. From that fragment I want to be able to open six other fragments on button click. [Going to use a case to implement this most likely]
Think of it as a windows 8 UI; with 6 buttons, each one opens a new fragment.
Unfortunately I have no idea how to go about this.
Hi I am developing android application in which I am using I am using single activity and 3 fragments. So consider I have 3 fragments A B C when I switch from A to B I am adding fragment to stack and simillar for B to C.