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Here is a screenshot of the generated app on a Samsung Galaxy S6.
The wedge values (with leading dollar signs), colors and labels are built into the Java code and submitted to the WebView and local HTML file for building a pie chart with D3.js.
You can change these values at run time by adding your own logic to get the values from a dynamic source, such as a database or RESTful API.
This screenshot shows the same data as percents of the total, with trailing percent symbols on the numbers.
Notice how the data values don't always fit nicely on the pie wedges, which is a common problem with pie chart designs, as described in D3.js Android Pie Chart Example
– Removed the copyright and license references from the comment headers of generated Java classes
– Replaced the GNU General Public License with a new End User License Agreement
– Initial release plus enhancements through December 2016
As of Version 2.0 of all mobile application templates, the GNU General Public License has been retired in favor of an End User License Agreement (EULA) that more accurately reflects the nature of proprietary software that is available by subscription.
In summary, the EULA grants Licensees ownership of and permission to use and sell all End Products generated from the downloaded Software, but you are restricted from re-distributing or reselling the Software itself, except as packaged in the End Products as needed to make them functional.
Please read the EULA in full. A copy is included in each generated Android Studio project, and referenced in the comment header of each Java source file. The retired GNU General Public License is archived here for your reference.
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