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Toggle Button using Mono for Android

by Manish Tewatia on Sep 26, 2011

Lets learn how to create toggle button using Mono for Android.
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Toggle Button : Displays checked/unchecked states using a light indicator

Step for creating Toggle Button
  1. Start new Android application

    android application
  2. Go to Main.axml and make following changes

    main page in android

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    ToggleButton android:id="@+id/togglebutton"
              android:textOn="Sound on"
              android:textOff="Sound off"/>
  3. Go to Activity1.cs class make following changes

    activity class in android

        public class Activity1 : Activity
            protected override void OnCreate(Bundle bundle)
                ToggleButton togglebutton = FindViewById<ToggleButton>(Resource.Id.togglebutton);
                togglebutton.Click += (a, b) =>
                    if (togglebutton.Checked)
                        Toast.MakeText(this, "Checked", ToastLength.Short).Show();
                        Toast.MakeText(this, "Not checked", ToastLength.Short).Show();

    As above we create a toggle button and use If-else condition on button click event to check the state of button whether it is clicked or not and shows message and change the view of button according the state
  4. Run the application

    toggle button in android

    After click on button:

    android toggle button

    Again click on button:

    toggle button

Thank You.....
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