kandi X-RAY | FlexibleAdapter Summary
kandi X-RAY | FlexibleAdapter Summary
Fast and versatile Adapter for RecyclerView which regroups several features into one library to considerably improve the user experience :-)
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Called when an item is selected
- Hide all headers from the RecyclerView
- Expands all items with the specified level
- Sets the mode
- Ends all animations
- Ends change animation if necessary
- Clear view
- Gets the offset values for the item decoration
- Helper method to apply a section gap
- Initialize the SearchView
- Handle the item swiped
- Apply a change to a view
- Bind ItemHolder to itemHolder
- Handle touch events
- Binds the items to a view holder
- Set the RecyclerView
- Binds the progress bar to a progress view
- Finishes the animation
- Ends animations
- Called when a menu item is clicked
- Returns an alert dialog
- Binds the ViewHolder to a ViewHolder
- Called when a parameter item is selected
- Override on prepareOptions menu
- Initializes the activity
- Load more items
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Currently I converting my android app to Kotlin. The app currently use a third party library called "FlexibleAdapter". I converted my adapter extension to Kotlin without any errors. But when I try to use this adapter I get an type mismatch error when calling the method addItem() which is not overriden by my adapter extension.
Due to the lack of Kotlin experience I don't understand whats going wrong here and how to fix it. Could someone explain what I need to change?
I strip down the code to the very basics to see whats going on! myfragment contains the code where the error appears
Kotlin implementation of the fragment...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-22 at 05:57
In this line:
private lateinit var myLayoutAdapter: MultiPurposeListAdapter<*> you just have to specify an Item type (java doesn´t require it) for example:
MultiPurposeListAdapter<*>>. For more information, see generic types overview
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-22 at 19:31
I guess that your model has some kind of data about date. If i'm geussing right you have to create 3 different ViewHolders:
- ViewHolder for StickyHeader
- ViewHolder for SubHeader
- ViewHolder for your json item
Now create method which will accept
List list. Inside that method You will have to iterate through that list and check date of Your model. In there, you should set some logic which will check previous
While writing an Android app, I encountered a problem with a stuttering animation. I use AHBottomNavigation for navigation, FragNav is for swapping fragments and FlexibleAdapter for RecyclerView. The application is built from one activity and five fragments. When I try to switch to the first fragment in the application, the BottomNavigation animation freez for a moment. It looks very unsightly. The second time I choose the same fragment, everything works smoothly. It seems to me that it is the fault to initialize the views in the fragment, but I have no idea how to do it differently.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-07 at 06:37
After a few days, I managed to solve the problem by updating the SDK to version 28. RecyclerView no longer causes animation jams when inflating
I'm trying to use the FlexibleAdapter lib for Android but I'm getting a blank view...maybe someone can help me.
I'm getting the base code from here : https://github.com/davideas/FlexibleAdapter/wiki/5.x-%7C-Setting-Up
I'm really a noob and it seems I'm missing something important.
When I run the app, I just get a blank MainActivity.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-27 at 06:13
You need to setup a LayoutManager for your recyclerView. Try:
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You can use FlexibleAdapter 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 FlexibleAdapter 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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