kandi X-RAY | ChatRecyclerView Summary
kandi X-RAY | ChatRecyclerView Summary
Implement your user friendly chat RecyclerView in one line!.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initializes the view created
- Initialize auto scroll
- Send a text message
- Called when a new message is received
- Initializes the dialog
- Sets the edit text
- Called when the view has been created
- On create view
- Invoked when the fragment is created
- Initializes the activity
- When the view is created this method is called when the view is created
- Attaches the target fragment to this component
- Inflates the layout for this fragment
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Trending Discussions on ChatRecyclerView
I am practicing to build a chat app. When I insert an item to the recyclerview, I need it to scroll to the bottom. My recyclerview code for now looks like this. I tried adding an onScroll listener and that approach was wrong. Thanks!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-27 at 12:01
Add the data observer to your adapter and override onItemRangeInserted.
Facing an error.
I am making a chat application with firebase. where i am sending and printing the data from Firebase Realtime Database. the issue is that whenever i am adding or sending a data into the Firebase Realtime Database, its not only printing the currently added data but also printing the whole data from node
Chats again and again wherever any data added into the Firebase Realtime Database.
how can i fix this?
Whats my think to solve the error?
I think removing of event listener which are being attached on call of
getMessage();can fix the error.
This is my ChatActivity...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-15 at 10:52
You forgot to clear the
I have this data in "Firestore", I want to get all documents according to "city" like all users who have city "karachi" and stored in
arrayList of type "chatModel" I want to show this data in recyclerView
I have tried this but it's only getting me the last document from collection....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-25 at 14:46
I have tried this but it's not working
It doesn't work because you are creating a
chatAdapter object at every iteration of your for loop. To solve this, move the last four lines of code outside the loop. Inside the loop should exist only:
I have a SwipeRefreshLayout containing a RecyclerView for a chat activity. I have its bottom constrained to the top of a linear layout at the bottom of the screen:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-20 at 19:42
Change the height of
SwipeRefreshLayout to 0dp
I am creating a chat app. I am attempting to make all new messages appear at the bottom of the chat app when the current lowest item in the list is visible on screen, but not when the user is scrolled up (like most chat apps). As of right now, I have gotten this to work when there is still unused space on screen, but when the RecyclerView has too many views to fit, it begins placing new messages off screen to the bottom. Here is my method that creates the RecyclerView:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-06 at 10:25
mRecyclerView.smoothScrollToPosition(mAdapter.getItemCount()-1); // remove this line.
and use this:
For my first non-trivial Android app, I am making an app that involves chat rooms. I am using the chat room activity to teach myself recyclerView, which isn't covered as extensively as the somewhat antiquated listView in reference materials. I think I'm close to having a working recyclerView and adapter that I built trying to translate some of the elements of a listView into a recyclerView, but I am having trouble actually making the messages appear in the recyclerView. What am I doing wrong?
Here is my chat room activity:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-28 at 04:58
Looking at the code above,
getItemCount() method returns the size of the messages array (
notifyDataSetChanged() is called after adding an item to the
You have to also add the message from the snapshot to the messages array for the list to update when you call
Also, it is recommended that you avoid calling
notifyDataSetChanged() in general for performance reasons. RecyclerView.Adapter has helper methods such as
notifyItemRangeInserted to notify the adapter about new additions to the list.
I am creating an android app chatbot using google's dialog flow (API.AI). The problem is, If I am sending text input for my intents,it is giving right response, whereas if same thing I am sending using voice input, am getting wrong response. I am not able to understand what is the problem. Here is my code :-...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-26 at 11:26
You can not call
sendMessage(message);//sending message with voice input in the
onResult method. This method is called when aiService finishes listening and has already sent a request to Dialogflow and you get the response. When you call
aiService.startListening(); the service detect what the user is saying and sends it to Dialogflow.
If you want to know the text "aiService" is sending to Dialogflow you have to use
PartialResultsListener and implement it:
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You can use ChatRecyclerView like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the ChatRecyclerView component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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