RichTextView Library Released

As a form of ultimate procrastination this weekend, I decided to spend the last two days developing a RichTextView library.

This weekend I built the RichTextView (the naming convention comes from the RichTextBox C# class) which allows the user to format different parts of a TextView in different ways. For example, if I wanted to display a string but only bold a portion of it, I could achieve that with this class.

Formatting a TextView like this is not unheard of, as you can do things such as inject HTML into a TextView or use a SpannableString (which this library uses under the hood). However, I aimed to simplify this process and make it much easier for the user.

Here is a sample of what this looks like in action:

RichTextView
RichTextView Sample

If you’d like to learn more, such as the available methods and how to include this into your next project, please check out the library on my Github.

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