Join Albert Lo for an in-depth discussion in this video GooglePhotosFragment layout, part of Android Development: Modern Android UI Design Elements.
- [Instructor] Our Google Photos fragment…will be responsible for loading the views and the layout XML…and also to manage our access to the Google Photos library…as needed to load our albums and photos.…I've included a library for accessing the Picasa API.…Now I say Picasa API because Google Photos…is actually still using the Picasa API behind the scenes.…The details of the Google Photos library is beyond…the scope of this course.…
However, feel free to browse through the source included…in the exercise files to get ourselves familiar…with the calls we will be making.…Let's create our Google Photos fragment as follows.…We go to the Android view of our project…and we select App, go down into our package…and under our package, we are going to create a new package.…We will call our new package, ui.…Under our ui package, we're going to create another package…and we will name that new package, googlePhotos.…
In this package, let's create our Google Photos fragment.…So we right mouse again and go New Java Class…and we will be creating a new fragment manually.…
- Creating a custom layout with XML
- Setting up OnClick handlers
- Making API calls
- Creating custom views
- Implementing ViewHolder objects
- Signing certificates
- Adding a checkbox
Skill Level Intermediate
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3. Custom RecyclerView: ViewHolders
4. Understanding Custom Views
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