ANDROID – RECYCLERVIEW ADAPTER with Cursor PART 2

ANDROID – RECYCLERVIEW ADAPTER with Cursor PART 2

You can read Part 1 here. Next, step of the recyclerView implementation is to implement the recyclerView Adapter. It has two main jobs: to create the item views and return them to the recyclerView and to populate the item views. RecyclerView creates the items that are visible but also for some before and after. Instead of creating new items, it takes one item that is last/old, moves it to the front and then recyclerView populates it with new data. In other words, the adapter recycles the views/items Create a recyclerView Adapter…

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Android recyclerView PART 3

Android recyclerView PART 3

You can also read PART 1 and PART 2. With recyclerView you can associate an onClickListener to the recyclerView item or to a contained view. Let’s see first to the item view. In the ViewHolder constructor add an onClickListener to the itemView. And here is how to associate an onClickListener to a contained view. THE END!!! Android recyclerView PART 3

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Android – recyclerView Adapter PART 2

Android – recyclerView Adapter PART 2

You can read Part 1 here. Next, step of the recyclerView implementation is to implement the recyclerView Adapter. It has two main jobs: to create the item views and return them to the recyclerView and to populate the item views. RecyclerView creates the items that are visible but also for some before and after. Instead of creating new items, it takes one item that is last/old, moves it to the front and then recyclerView populates it with new data. In other words, the adapter recycles the views/items Create a recyclerView…

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Android – recyclerView PART 1

Android – recyclerView PART 1

recyclerView is more advanced, flexible from listView. It is more easy to customize it and faster. Implementation 0. Add the library to the dependencies Add recyclerView to the XML layout file Select Container and drag and drop the RecyclerView to the Component Tree or to the Design Layout. If you see this below, click the icon at the right. Click Ok to add the library to the dependencies. Specify an ID Here is the XML code 2. Create an item Layout You can create the file yourself or click on…

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