kandi X-RAY | RecyclerList Summary
kandi X-RAY | RecyclerList Summary
Easy to use RecyclerView.
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- Returns the number of items in the list
- Invoked when the presenter is created
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I'm trying to filter a
recyclerList that contains around 3000 items.
My filter kinda works but for some reason it doesn't update the list until I scroll far enough.
For example: the top 2 elements start with the letter A --> if my filter starts with B, the top 2 elements still get shown until I scroll far enough so that they are no longer visible. When I scroll back up, they disappeared from the view.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-09 at 15:23
You need to update the original list
locationsFiltered with the filtered results when the filter is published with
publishResults() and then
notifyDataSetChanged() to apply the changes on the
So add the below in
This is the error im getting(This is a secondary error and I get this when I use databinding with ListItemView)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-20 at 12:44
I had a similar issue with parsing Json in kotlin and replacing
Array wherever required worked for me.
Try the following
I have a recycler view where I fetch details from my database. An ArrayList of FriendEntity is given by the room database which works fine. I want to first have an unchecked box image for the whole list, and if I tap the image, it should change into a checked box image. But when I am achieving this, when I click on 1st item of recyclerView, my 16th item of recyclerView gets changed from unchecked to checked itself and the same goes with the 2nd and 17th, 3rd, and 18th and so on. I don't know if this is a problem with a recycler view adapter or something else.
Data Class FriendEntity :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-01 at 12:51
the problem you are facing is due to the reuse of view holders. The simplest solution would be to create a boolean field in you POJO class FriendEntity .
setClickable() and setEnabled() aren't working but other methods like setVisibilty() working very well so what is supposed to happen is when starting action mode the recycler view should be disabled and non-clickable. i had searched the web for solutions but nothing of them were useful for me
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-19 at 22:44
What you are doing is wrong. You are asking recyclerview to disable clicks which us wrong. RecyclerView'ss every item have a different click listener which you are handling inside onItemClick method already.
If you want to disable clicks or toucher for RecyclerView's childs then yehat you can do is Taking a global variable lets say: private boolean isclickAllowed = true
Then in you itemClickListener add this check
I'm trying to pass data from fragment to its viewHolder. My data is a String value. I will use this data in another activity when I clicked an item. I googled many times but can not find any solution. But I don't know how to do it. Here is my fragment and viewHolder If you want to know something else let me know....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-12 at 13:15
Did you make CreateStickerAdapter? If so, you can add a folder name property to it to pass on to your ViewHolder instances.
I'm having troubles trying to display a recycler which contains more than 1 ViewHolder, i was testing and sending a custom List which contains only data to display a list of the 1st ViewType.
payments.add(Purchase(0,R.drawable.ic_cart,"","")) payments.add(Purchase(0,R.drawable.ic_favorite,"","")) payments.add(Purchase(0,R.drawable.ic_arrow_back,"",""))
This is the BottomSheetClass...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-09 at 19:26
Check your layout XML it looks like the
RecyclerView view is hidden by other views
I have a recyclerview which I show my values for users. But I need to show their own values to them.
First this is the code for GET values. (Working perfectly)...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-06 at 07:10
I'm sorry i just saw something in Request.Method .
I didnt change anything in this code , only i changed Request.Method.GET to Request.Method.DEPRECATED_GET_OR_POST
I just saw this method now. So its working perfectly.
I'm using android navigation controller.
My main activity hosts a nav fragment but where should other components like toolbars and nav bottom bar go, in the main activity or child fragments?
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-23 at 14:26
I'll supply you with an example. Keep in mind, I'm compiling with the latest androidx for SDK 28+ so if you are on older, your namespaces will be slightly different.
I'm also using Databinding and Kotlin, so don't use the layout and data tags if you are not using databinding.
I have been searching and found some close questions and answer but none of them works.
I'm using CoordinatorLayout for a list RecyclerView with AppBarLayout and ToolBar.
The ideia is very simple, when you roll the view first the AppBar Collapse in the Toolbar and after that the RecyclerView start to scroll.
My Fragment RecyclerView(vertical) has a Adapter-A with a new layout, and this adapter call a second adapter-B for the RecyclerView(horizontal).
So I Have a struct like this: (is not a code, just to show how works)...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-29 at 12:39
Found a Solution.
When create the parent Vertical ListView set setNestedScrollingEnabled as true. And when create the child Horizontal ListView set setNestedScrollingEnabled as false.
In my application I want use
RecyclerView and for this I set multiple layout in
I changed layouts with button in fragment with below codes:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Nov-29 at 08:28
You are creating adapter everytime when you are clicking the listview.Instead Create a method inside you adapter to set the itemlayout
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You can use RecyclerList 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 RecyclerList 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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