In this section we will cover customization of recyclerview, or showing of custom views in recyclerview. These will majorly include showing different varieties of data like images, ratings etc. We will use widgets like imageviews,ratingbars, checkboxes etc.
- Lecture 2.1Android RecyclerView – StaggeredGrid With Images and Text
- Lecture 2.2Android RecyclerView – With RatingBar,Images and Text
- Lecture 2.3RecyclerView with Images and Text
- Lecture 2.4Android RecyclerView – Load Images from FileSystem
- Lecture 2.5Android RecyclerView – CardView with CheckBox,Images,Text and ItemClick
- Lecture 2.6Android Custom RecyclerView – with ExpandableLayout
- Lecture 2.7Android Material FilePicker tutorial – Pick Multiple images and show in a RecyclerView
Here we cover how to page data in a recyclerview. We use different pagination techniques.
This section will contain examples involving recyclerview and the act of opening a new page/activity/fragment.
This section involves working with RecyclerView and handling either single or multiple selections.
Here we cover recyclerview itemViews swipability.
This section will involve us working with Realm data in a RecyclerView. Realm is a new local database system especially suitable for mobile devices.
We will use SwipeRefreshLayout to empower recyclerview with the swipe to refresh capability.
Android RecyclerView – Load Images from FileSystem
Android RecyclerView FileSystem tutorial. How to load images from FileSystem to a recylcerview in android.
This tutorial explores how to load images from FileSystem in android a Recycerview in android. We show both the image and image name in cards in our recyclerview.
This example was written with the following tools:
- Windows 8
- AndroidStudio IDE
- Genymotion Emulator
- Language : Java
Lets jump directly to the source code. Source code is well commented.
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- You can Download the full Project below. Source code is well commented.
How To Run
- Download the project above.
- You’ll get a zipped file,extract it.
- Open the Android Studio.
- Now close, already open project.
- From the Menu bar click on File >New> Import Project.
- Now Choose a Destination Folder, from where you want to import project.
- Choose an Android Project.
- Now Click on “OK“.
- Done, your done importing the project,now edit it.
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