Google might still change things that could break the sample when they release the final version of Android L.
This is how Google describes is the appropriate view to use when you have multiple items of the same type and it’s very likely that your user’s device cannot present all of those items at once.
With React Native you don’t need to recompile your application everytime you made some changes in code, you can just refresh it to see the changes(For android simulator you can use ‘two times R’ and For i OS it will be ‘CMD R’) Continue Reading Welcome to another post of Firebase series.
We have already discussed about Firebase Remote Config, Firebase Authentication and Firebase Crash Report.
Part of this preview are two new views: , it’s many internal classes and interfaces, how they interact and how you can use them.
So better to familiarize yourself with it right away 🙂 The screenshots and the video at the end of the post show the sample project for this post in action. Keep in mind that the Recycler View API is not yet finalized.
In the last post, we talked about how we can interact with the user handling the item click events and the long click events.
We saw also how to add and remove items dynamically from the The first thing we want to discover is how we can implement a custom layout.
For example, this technique allows you to accept any type of data for a search string and then list the contacts for which the data matches the string.
runs its query on a thread that's separate from the UI thread.
Let’s reuse the Planet tutorial and assume we want to have something like that: where each item row is like the one shown above.