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Display data in a ListView: Android Development Essential Training: Local Data Storage
Display data in a ListView: Android Development Essential Training: Local Data Storage

When you’re displaying data in a ListView, the job of the adapter is to respond to user events as they cycle through the list. The adapter cycles through the underlying data. It creates and populates views in your list items. When you’re using the default ArrayAdapter and the layouts that are included with the Android SDK, it’s all quite automatic. To customize the display, you’ll need to create your own custom adapter classes and XML layout. You’ll then write a bit of code that receives data objects from the adapter and displays it in views that defined in the layout.

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