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I have a react-native project. After the bitnary
(jcenter) shutted down I started to replace it. Currently I'm using
Also I'm using the react-native-intercom
(wrapper for intercom).
When I'm trying to build
gradlew assembleRelease. Its throws me an error.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-23 at 12:38
I solved it. If you are using the react-native-intercom wrapper. You need to update it, after update everything works fine
I chose CSS flex to layout my page and in the code below I found something that was interesting for me. first I put the code and then I will describe my problem:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-09 at 23:33
The flex ancestor is irrelevant. Similar behaviour can be observed without it.
Fieldset elements are defined as expecting to have
min-inline-size: min-content by default.
Turn that off e.g use
min-inline-size: 0 or
min-width: 0 and fieldset behaves normally
mavenCentral() is not working instead jcenter(). When I use mavenCentral() I am getting below error message,...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-23 at 12:23
There is no
flexbox on Maven Central. There is a
flexbox on Google's Maven repo, but only
3.0.0. Some transitive dependency of yours is seeking 2.0.1. And, based on that dependency list, it must be
io.kommunicate.sdk:kommunicateui:2.1.8 that is looking for the older
Unfortunately, the developers of
io.kommunicate.sdk:kommunicateui have not updated their library, apparently.
You can try manually adding your own dependency on
com.google.android.flexbox:flexbox:3.0.0 and perhaps setting up an
exclude rule on the
io.kommunicate.sdk:kommunicateui:2.1.8 dependency to tell Gradle to ignore its transitive dependency on
flexbox. Ideally, the developers of
io.kommunicate.sdk:kommunicateui would update their library to depend on
To exclude the failing dependency, change:
This one had a similar question but he wanted a fixed row, and no one could provide an answer using purely flexbox.
I have a simple layout with 3 divs, I want the first and second to be on the first row, then the 3 to be on the second row taking 100vw; I want the third div (the one on the bottom) to the as little height as possible (only the height for the text inside) and so, divs 1 and 2 would strech to fill up the space. The problem is that when I try that, there is an empty space between the rows that I can't fill up unless I stretch div 3.
In my attempts, the outer container is
flex: row wrap, div 3 is
align-self: flex-end and I tried to apply
align-self: stretch to divs 1 and 2 but then just wouldn't stretch. How can I accomplish this?
Here is what I have.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-03 at 17:52
Have you considered adding one more div for the first two elements?
I'm fetching a list from my API of for example 25 tags of country such as, Germany, England, France, Italy etc...
I'd like to have 2 row with 10
chips per row, and if I get 30 tags the next time I fetch I want to have 3 row of 10
So far I haven't found anything allowing me to do that. I've taken a quick look at
Flexbox-Layout but it doesn't seem to fit my needs, I currently have the code below, but I was thinking of doing such logic with a
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-10 at 03:29
As commented you can use Flexbox LayoutManager with layout_wrapBefore flag on chips 11,21,etc
or it is also possible with a standard recyclerview if you reformat your data.
To do it with a standard recyclerview you need to arrange your data in a 2D data structure, this can be an ArrayList of Arraylists or with Arrays or a set of POJO classes
In the outer Arraylist would be the rows and the inner Arraylist you would have the items to display in the row.
So the RecyclerView item is just a Horizontal Linear Layout to produce the row, to which you add your Chips from the Inner ArrayList
example using a generated 2D structure
My goal is to efficiently display a lot of TextViews (with background) in a FlexboxLayout (or something similar).
I want to display information about actors and crew members from a movie in a kind of 'tag'-layout style
I inflate the TextViews dynamically via LayoutInflater into a FlexboxLayout. The problem is of course that with a lot of data (which means a lot of views, sometimes 30 or more in over 20 Flexbox-Layouts) the creation time of my fragment/activity increases and the activtiy takes longer to open.
The TextView I inflate:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-03 at 21:46
When you had to inflate a lot of views dynamically, you should use something called
ViewHolder to ensure the optimization of the inflate view action.
For your problem may you had to use a
RecyclerView instead a
FlexBoxLayout, the best solution in my opinion. And a
FlexBoxLayoutManager to organize your views.
There is a example in the Android FlexBoxLayout repository
I've this Flexboxlayout definition (official Google library):...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-13 at 19:06
As it extends from
you can just do
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