Make Home|Add to Favorites
 
 
Solisearch.net » Tutorials » Android Fundamentals: Views and Adapters


Android Fundamentals: Views and Adapters

Android Fundamentals: Views and Adapters
.MP4, AVC, 1280x720, 30 fps | English, AAC, 2 Ch | 1h 43m | 316 MB
Instructor: Sriyank Siddhartha

Efficiently load and display data in a View using Adapter. Explore the implementation of the list, grid, staggered grid, paged list, swipeable Views, sliding Fragments, and a drop-down menu using Android Adapters.


"Android Fundamentals: Views and Adapters"

HI-SPEED DOWNLOAD
Free 300 GB with Full DSL-Broadband Speed!




One of the fundamental requirement for any mobile app is to display data in a View. Very often, the data comes as a collection and must be displayed on the screen as a list or page. To help with this, Android provides a system called Adapter, which is responsible for making a View for each item in the data set. In this course, Android Fundamentals: Views and Adapters you'll understand how to implement Adapters for various use case scenarios. First, you will understand what exactly is an adapter. Next, you'll discover various types of commonly used Adapters associated with RecyclerView, Grids, ViewPager2, Spinner, and Paging library. Finally, you will explore when to use which adapter in your application. When you're finished with this course, you will have skills and knowledge of Adapters needed to manage Views and data set with the best possible performance.
DOWNLOAD
(Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability)




P A S S W O R D    P R O T E C T E D ! 
PASSWORD WILL BE PUBLISHED HERE TOMORROW!
 PLEASE ADD PAGE TO YOUR FAVORITS

Free 300 GB with 10 GB High-Speed(No Password BACKUP)


Hide Your IP & Protect Your Privacy!
Get Your 15 Day Free Trial Now.


Tags: Android, Fundamentals, Views, Adapters

Android Fundamentals: Views and Adapters Fast Download via Rapidshare Upload Filehosting Megaupload, Android Fundamentals: Views and Adapters Torrents and Emule Download or anything related.
Information
Comment on the news site is possible only within (days) days from the date of publication.