Android Circular Progress Bar In Kotlin With Percentage Programmatically

Android Circular Progress Bar In Kotlin With Percentage is developed here.

Android Circular Progress Bar In Kotlin example guides you to show circular progress bar to indicate some process.

Take a look at the output first, and then we will develop the Android Circular Progress Bar In Kotlin.

How to get maximum benefit from Android circular progress bar In Kotlin tutorial

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Creating Android Circular Progress Bar in Kotlin

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Step 1. Create a new project in the Android Studio.

Step 2. Creating drawable resource file

Create one drawable resource file named circular.xml (drawable resource file means in android studio project’s file structure, you will find a folder named drawable inside a res folder as shown in below image.)

android circular progress bar in kotlin

Put files in Drawable directory

Step 3. Coding circular.xml

Copy and paste following code into circular.xml

Step 4. Updating activity_main.xml

Copy and paste following in activity_main.xml

In above code, we have used a white circular image which you can download here. Put this image in the drawable folder.

Step 5. Describing Handler

We will use Handler and Thread to accomplish our goal.

Above code will create a process for the specific amount of time.

You can change this time as per your requirements.

Step 6. Updating MainActivity.kt class

Final code for MainActivity.kt

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Hardik Parsania

I am mobile app developer. I am always passionate about solving complex and real world problems.I have developed many apps with great interest and superior logical skills.

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