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Published: Jan 30 2014 / 12:46

Although Android provides us many built-in components, such as Button, TextView etc, it also offers us the opportunity to create our own custom widgets in order to adjust them to our needs and our requirements. Depending on the customization of the component, we can extend it to an existing built-in widget or to a class that we have created or generally to View class, that is the parent-class of all the components. Except from the use of the default attributes of the parent class, we can create our own attributes from scratch. In this example we are going to show how to create our own custom component, that extends an existing subclass of View, and how to add some custom attributes in it.
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