CardView with Material Design using ConstraintLayout
This sample contains the layout implementation for all the possible CardView combinations listed in Material design guidelines - Content block combinations.
Material design guidelines mention that cards can be constructed using blocks of content which include:
- An optional header
- A primary title
- Rich media
- Supporting text
These blocks can be organized to promote different types of content.
This sample implements layouts for all the possible CardView combinations listed in Material design guidelines - Content block combinations. All the layouts implemented with using ConstraintLayout.
- Android Studio 3.+
- Gradle 3.+
Check out branch master and then open the android-cards/ directory in Android Studio.
If you've found an error in this sample, please file an issue: https://github.com/eugenebrusov/android-cards/issues
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