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Display a custom dialog

Display a custom dialog: Building Flexible Android Apps with the Fragments API
Display a custom dialog: Building Flexible Android Apps with the Fragments API

A dialog fragment can wrap a standard dialog such as the alert dialog, but it can also be used to present a custom dialog that gets its appearance from an XML layout file. The code looks almost exactly like a conventional fragment: you inflate the XML file in the onCreateView() method, set the state of its child view objects, and then return it. This gives you complete control over the dialog's appearance and behavior.

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