This is a helper library for my projects, containing some misc / convenience classes I usually use in my stuff.
You can add the project with maven or gradle via adding the appropiate dependence.
SmartAdapters project instead.If you want to use the Generic adapters, please check out the
This part is deprecated. Please use SmartAdapters!
Adapter that leverages all the work that needs to be done for a list with only one type of cells in display.
Example (taken from Sample app):
SingleAdapter<TextAndImageItem, TextAndImageItemView> adapter = Adapters.newSingleAdapter(TextAndImageItemView.class, items); listView.setAdapter(adapter);
Same as SingleAdapter, but for Android Annotations annotated classes (with @EViewGroup).
The multi-view type alternative to SingleAdapter. We have to provide it with a map of Object classes to its View classes.
Example (taken from Sample app):
Map<Class, Class<? extends BindableLayout>> mapping = new Mapper() .add(TextAndImageItem.class, TextAndImageItemView.class) .add(TextImageAndButtonItem.class, TextImageAndButtonItemView.class) .asMap(); MultiAdapter adapter = Adapters.newMultiAdapter(mapping, items); listView.setAdapter(adapter);
Same as MultiAdapter, but for Android Annotations annotated classes (with @EViewGroup).
RecyclerSingleAdapter, RecyclerMultiAdapter, AARecyclerSingleAdapter, AARecyclerMultiAdapter
They have exactly the same parameters as their counterparts but they work with RecyclerView instead of an AbsListView inherited class.
There are a couple of typical intent creators in the Intents class, such as:
- Share text
- Share binary
- Open URL
- Send email
- Open dialer with phone number
- Open navigator to coordinates
- Take picture with the camera
- Open gallery
There is some more stuff bundled in here:
- DeviceIdentifier class, in where you could either use the typical ANDROID_ID approach or the per-installation UUID generation.
- ThreadHelper, with crash enforcers for background thread / main thread so we can build upon fail fast strategies.
- MenuFragmentEntry, the typical model for using as row in a left drawer menu ListView.
- ActivityTransitions, for being able to easily use custom animations between activities. It comes with a default slide-left animation.
If this little library begins to grow, I will most definitely break it up into smaller packages.
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Copyright (c) 2014-2015 Nacho Lopez
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