How to Create Custom Keyboard on Android

custom-keyboardMost Android devices don’t have a physical keyboard. Instead, they rely on a virtual or soft keyboard to accept user input. If you’re into Android personalization, knowing how to build a custom, soft keyboard can take your hobby to a whole new level.

Using the Android SDK, you can quickly create a soft keyboard with surprisingly few lines of code, because the SDK takes care of a lot of the low level tasks, such as recognizing key touches, drawing the keyboard, and establishing connections between the keyboard and input fields.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a fully functional soft keyboard that can serve as your Android device’s default keyboard.
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