Carbon libraryit supports custom shadows and they get drawn outside of view borders, but there is issueregarding rounded rectangles, when library doesn't draw shadow for rounded corners. It is achieved in some basic steps, which you should already know, but let us describe this one more time. Let see what documentation says; Defines a simple shape, used for bounding graphical regions. FEATURES 1. I've tried with . Same to CardView wrap content and set shadow radius. Let me show you how to do that. Calculate a shadow map. This is the default Android provided view shadow, which will basically look like an exact copy of the view you are dragging, except a little bit transparent. Please join us on Visual Studio Developer Community and in the Xamarin and Mono organizations on GitHub to continue tracking issues. 4. You can add this view in your XML and you have LinearLayout that support rounded box with drop shadow. So lets get started. . You may don't like the CardView's black shadow which we can't change it's color. Usage example With Storyboard Normal Shadows. Can somebody please provide a code example of how to add a decent drop shadow to a view either in code or XML? You can easily work on any of your Android source code repository that is in a GitHub or Bitbucket account in Android Studio. android:shadowDx specifies the X-axis offset of shadow. Can be computed for a View, or computed by a Drawable, to drive the shape of shadows cast by a View, or to clip the contents of the View. Build it using Android Studio or gradle script BUILD WITH DOCKER Clone the repo using git clone --recurse-submodules or update submodules using git submodule update --init --recursive Work fast with our official CLI. shadow. If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again. You signed in with another tab or window. Answers: You could use a combination of Bitmap.extractAlpha and a BlurMaskFilter to manually create a drop shadow for any image you need to display, but that would only work if your image is only loaded/displayed once in a while, since the process is expensive. Because the shadow is draw in the view. download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio. You signed in with another tab or window. Generate texture object and bind it to the GL_TEXTURE_2D target. Android custom shadow view, can replace your CardView. android:orientation="vertical". So you must add space to draw the shadow. Outline is an API class belongs to android.graphic package. Please join us on Visual Studio Developer Community and in the Xamarin and Mono organizations on GitHub to continue tracking issues. If nothing happens, download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio and try again. Android shadow drawable xml. android:id="@+id/textview". Same to CardView wrap content and set shadow radius.