Android Adding Search Functionality to List

Today we are going to learn how to add search functionality to ListView, GridView and RecyclerView. In this tutorial you can filter search list by multiple items. Prerequisite: Material Tabs Tutorial ListView Tutorial GridView Tutorial RecyclerView Tutorial Radio Button Tutorial VIDEO DEMO 1. Create a new project in Android Studio by navigating to File ⇒ New ⇒ New Project […]

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Android ListView RadioButton

In previous article  we learnt about how to use multiple choices in ListView. Today we are going to learn how to enable single choice/radio button in ListView, GridView and in RecyclerView using RadioButton, you’ll configure the ListView to display a radioButton next to each item. You can combine many components like TextView, RadioButton, ImageView, etc. and can […]

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Android Contextual Action Mode Over Toolbar

You have seen Action Mode Menu in many apps like Whatsapp, Hike, Gmail, etc. while selecting multiple chats/emails on long press i.e. called Action Mode What is Action Mode? It represents a contextual mode of the user interface. Action modes can be used to provide alternative interaction modes and replace parts of the normal UI until […]

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Android Fragments

What are fragments? A fragment is an independent Android component which can be used by an activity. A fragment encapsulates functionality so that it is easier to reuse within activities and layouts. A fragment runs in the context of an activity, but has its own life cycle and typically its own user interface. It is […]

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Android Application Components

Application components are the essential building blocks of an Android application. These components are loosely coupled by the application manifest file AndroidManifest.xml that describes each component of the application and how they interact. There are following four main components that can be used within an Android application: Activities An activity represents a single screen with […]

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