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In this tutorial, you will learn to create a material design dashboard for android application with progressing status. Making dashboard user interface is not much difficult in android but making actual working dashboard is not easy. In this dashboard I have used ProgressBar to show progress activity.

Here I have created two different XML files in drawable folder to make circular progress using ProgressBar and I have added RelativeLayout, LinearLayout, ProgressBar, TextView, ScrollView, etc in XML layout file with different attributes.

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Android Example: Material Design Dashboard UI Design for Android App


Let’s start by creating new android project with project name: Dashboard UI Design For Android.

Firstly, add the following color values in your project res/values/colors.xml file.

res/values/colors.xml

Now, create two XML files in drawable folder of your project to make circular progress bar. Following is the complete content of two XML files of drawable folder.

res/drawable/ circular_progress_bar.xml

res/drawable/ circle_shape.xml

XML Layout File


In XML layout file I have added different RelativeLayout, LinearLayout, ProgressBar, TextView etc. Following is the complete content of XML layout file.

res/layout/ dashboard_xml_ui_design.xml


Java Activity File


Following is the complete code of java activity file.

src/ DashboardForAndroidApp.java

Strings.xml File


res/values/strings.xml

Android Example: Material Design Dashboard UI Design for Android App

Now, run your Dashboard UI Design for Android application, you will see four different progresses for different topics: storage, battery, RAM, performance in progress bar.

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