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Android Jetpack Navigation Library is officially in Beta! Build a visual graph with Android Studio’s Navigation Editor, hook up common UI components in one line of code, then navigate() to a destination. Try it here →
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TheCodeLearn Feb 7
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Matt Feb 7
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Nice!!
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Andrés Pérez Alonso Feb 7
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Genial :D
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Nuh Koca Feb 7
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Do you now support hiding strategy for fragments while using it with Bottom Navigon View? It recreates fragment in each click.
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Danilo Furtado Feb 7
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I would like to know that, always I have the same trouble.
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Nuh Koca Feb 7
Yeah without that Nav Arch Components means nothing!!!
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Sean Ashmore Feb 7
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Danilo Furtado Feb 7
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How does it work with BottomNavigatin? I found no example about that.
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Кирилл Feb 7
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What about saving nested navigation state for tabs? If I am not mistaking when you switch bottom navigation tabs it leads you to “home” fragment in tab graph.
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Yaswant Narayan Feb 7
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Karthick Ramanathan Feb 7
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Having a doubt in bottom navigation app, fragments with individual app bar how to manage navigation and graph...
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Maikals Castanys Feb 7
If you look at the material guidelines, this is the proper Android behaviour
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Pedro Massango Feb 7
You can remove the main activity's AppBar and add it on each fragment. Another option is to hide/show the activity's appBar when you desired fragment is called
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سةسة Feb 8
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Swapnil Bhoite Feb 8
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Shared Element Transition is not working for me 😶
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Karthick Ramanathan Feb 8
Yes I also see that codelabs but app bar declared in activity main not in individual fragments...
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Bernardo Ferrari Feb 8
It is really easy, I don't remember exactly, but the menu id's from bottom nav become id's for navigation, all automatic.
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Bernardo Ferrari Feb 8
It is for me, so you are doing it wrong
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