I need you to implement a progress bar using the YouTube Android Player API which behaves the same way and looks like the regular YouTube progress bar, i.e. shows current time in the movie clip (to the left of progress bar) and total time (to the right of progress bar). The progress bar should allow the user to seek in the movie clip by moving a slider to the left and right, with the time string to the left reflecting where the movie clip will resume from while sliding.
The implementation must be threaded to allow the player continue playing without hickups while moving the slider.
The player style used must be 'MINIMAL' (PlayerStyle.MINIMAL) but include same type of progress bar that can be found when using PlayerStyle.DEFAULT. This means that no other player controls or buttons should be shown. The progress bar should be shown in a semi transparent overlay area in the bottom of the screen and will always be used in full screen mode.
The sample application included in the Android YouTube API can be used as a base, e.g. the "Overlay ActionBar Demo" running in full screen.
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06/05/2013 at 4:34 EDT
Just a clarification.
This is about implementing a progress bar only for the YouTube player, not a full application. YouTubes Android API includes a sample application which can be used directly as a base so no other implementation is needed apart from the progress bar. I see it as a small project since most of the code is already freely available and I encourage to use it.