B4A designer is a very good interface for designing layouts, with a little study you can create modern UIs that create a better user experience.
Find the best layout and adjust it to your app:
Online Groceries App UI
I have to develop a simple application to show values from some BT sensors (temperature, hudidity, battery level, ...)
Because I don't want redo the wheel ;-), I m looking for some existing applications already done (with source), some templates or snippet for :
Hello I have multiple buttons that I want to center, I also want these buttons to adapt with screen sizes, for example on tablet, these four buttons must be in one row since they can fit all together on the tablet's screen.
It is so sad to announce that the little project I have been working on for some time now(more than 6 months now) has to finally die due to insufficient support and interest in it.
Cuppy Framework is a native UI/UX framework for B4J and also a collection of utilities that helps develop any type...
First, I think I should mention that this isn't a real app and Anywhere Software has nothing to do with it.
This mockup/design demonstrates/shows the type of B4J apps you would be able to create using Cuppy Framework starting from the full release. Currently, Cuppy Framework is under the beta...
Long ago, I wrote this post and a lot of people did show interest in my framework:
well for this Friday special i am happy to say i am releasing the free beta version of Cuppy Framework
I just posted this: https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threads/%E2%80%9Dthe-ultimate-guide-to-proper-use-of-animation-in-ux%E2%80%9D.97585/
It's basically a post recommending an article at another site, explaining some UX things very well. I could find no better place to post it than as a B4A...
I happened to come across a very well written, and absolutely beautifully illustrated, article on how to best use animation in UX. I thought the forum might appreciate it, so here’s the link:
The ultimate guide to proper use of animation in UX...
Being a young developer (19 to be precise), I am obsessed with design and UI. I love B4A, but I think that we, the developers here can do so much more in design and UI, we just don't pay much attention to it. The design is no longer seen as just crafting UI elements or even product experiences...
Let's say one requests, and is granted, access to Location:
#PlistExtra:<key>NSLocationUsageDescription</key><string>Text goes here</string>
For Location, I can see that we have the event AuthorizationStatusChanged to use to check the status, which is great, because I can use that to...