Drag-and-Drop Example Application
For your next example application, you’re going to employ a staple of 3.0, the fragments. This, among other things, will prove that drags can cross fragment boundaries. You’ll create a palette of dots on the left and a square target on the right. When a dot is grabbed using a long click, you’ll change the color of that dot in the palette and Android will show a shadow of the dot as you drag. When the dragged dot reaches the square target, the target will begin to glow. If you drop the dot on the square target, a message will indicate that you’ve just added one more drop to the drop count, the glowing will stop, and the original dot will go back to its original color.
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