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Manage data in Java collections

Manage data in Java collections: Android Development Essential Training: Local Data Storage
Manage data in Java collections: Android Development Essential Training: Local Data Storage

There a couple of different widgets in the Android SDK that you can use to display lists of data: an older components named ListView that’s been part of the SDK since Android’s early days, and a new component named RecyclerView that was introduced in 2014. RecyclerView is more memory-efficient, and is better at handling large amounts of data. It also makes it easy to display data in other formats, such as grids with columns and rows. But the older ListView has more built-in behaviors, such as the ability to display different colors when data items are selected by the user. I’ll start with displaying data with ListView, and then show how to do the same thing with RecyclerView.

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Q: This course was updated on 12/15/2017. What changed?

A: New videos were added that cover bundling static data in a resource file, managing SQLite transactions, and managing SQLite databases with Room.

Q: This course was updated on 12/15/2017. What changed?

A: New videos were added that cover bundling static data in a resource file, managing SQLite transactions, and managing SQLite databases with Room.

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