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Integrate the new Viewer UI

If you are newly adding the document viewer into your app, you can follow this guide to add the viewer with the new UI. If you are looking to migrate from the your viewer in your app to use the new UI, you can follow thi guide here.

For reference, you can checkout the new-ui branch in our Android Samples GitHub repository for some integration sample projects.

linkIntegrate via Fragment

To use the new drop-in viewer fragment, create a PdfViewCtrlTabHostFragment2 using the new ViewerBuilder2 class.

linkIntegrate via Activity

A new builder class DocumentActivity.IntentBuilder has been added to help you more easily customize the activity document viewer. You can also use this new builder to specify the viewer to use the new UI as follows:

linkBuilding a custom annotation toolbar

Buttons in the annotation toolbar can be customized using the AnnotationToolbarBuilder API. The buttons on the annotation toolbar are contained in two groups: the scrollable region (left) and the sticky region (right). The scrollable region can contain any number of buttons and scrolling is used to access buttons that are off-screen. Buttons in the sticky region will always show on the screen and will not be scrollable.

For example, built-in PDF tool buttons can be added to a viewer as follows:

Afterwards, you can supply this AnnotationToolbarBuilder to the viewer using the ViewerConfig class.

If you would like to add a button with custom functionality, you can add a generic button as so:

Then you can listen for annotation toolbar button events by adding a PdfViewCtrlTabHostFragment2.TabHostListener:

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