What is RecyclerView?
RecyclerView is advanced version of ListView. It is designed to work with large scale of data with better performance and memory management. Combination of CardView and
RecyclerView will give you more flexibility for designing complex views.
This time in Google I/O 2015, it come up with Android M developers preview announcement and lots of other stubs which increase developers to be Materialized.
Recently Google has released Android Support Library 22.2.0. In that we are going to explore “Design Support Library”. It has lots of new widgets which will definitely helpful to the developers.
In Android, there are two constants for providing height and width of any view. But if you provide any specific height to any view, it won’t be change until you change it dynamically or statically in layout file.
What if you want to provide MAX height to any view? Max height means, your view must not exceed the limit of provided height.
When we are doing some important operation or work on activity and it may possible that by mistake we pressed “back” button. Then what?? This will simply stop all your important work and you are redirect to previous activity.
If you are using NFC (Near Field Communication) Mifare in your application, you should be careful while using NFC Mifare UID
(Unique IDentification also know as Card Serial Number) of NFC card.