Let’s Build a RecyclerView App Part 1 | Beginner Android Development Tutorial

Welcome to part 1 of my 2017 Android RecyclerView series. In this series, I’ll be doing a lot more than just teaching you how to build a great looking RecyclerView. I’ll be taking you through the entire process of building the App, and doing my best to share my knowledge the whole way through. If you don’t like details, explanations, and tangents, then you probably won’t enjoy this. If you do, let me help you become a better Android Developer (or at least I’ll very hard to!).

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Android RecyclerView Tutorial – Introduction and Resources – Part 1

This Video is an introduction to my Tutorial series on building a RecyclerView on the Android platform. For more information, please visit the Blog Post below:

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Channel: wiseAss
Published: 2016-04-01 06:35:03
Duration: 7M45S
Views: 26355
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A Simple Way to Design a New App | How to make an Android App

Warning: I swear sometimes. If you aren’t comfortable with that, please spare yourself the anguish and don’t watch 🙂


A Viewer asked me what process I use to figure out what a new Android App will look like before I get to Coding it. In other words, how do I decide what Features a new App will have?

Channel: wiseAss
Published: 2017-05-31 13:22:11
Duration: 15M47S
Views: 305
Likes: 30
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Fragment Tricks (Google I/O ’17)

Android’s Fragment API provides lots of opportunity for reusable component development and effective factoring of your apps for ease of understanding and testing. We’ll show you some of our favorite ways to get the most out of one of Android’s most talked about APIs and how we’ve continued to improve the Fragment infrastructure based on your feedback.

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Channel: Android Developers
Published: 2017-05-18 19:14:55
Duration: 30M28S
Views: 15431
Likes: 247
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Should I learn Kotlin or Java? | Kotlin is Here, and it’s Officially Supported now!


Beginners: Learn the basics of Java until you can follow along with Java tutorials. This is because most learning resources for the Android Platform are in Java (especially the more complex topics like RxJava, Dagger 2, and so forth).

If you’ve got the basics of Java sorted out, and you can follow Java based tutorials, Dive into learning Kotlin! It’s too early to tell if it will entirely unseat Java, and it’s here to stay (officially supported) and there’s plenty of benefit to learning it. Follow your Interests!!!!

Channel: wiseAss
Published: 2017-05-30 14:59:54
Duration: 6M
Views: 433
Likes: 40
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#2 How to Handle clicks in Recyclerview – Android Recyclerview Tutorials

Hello Guys this is my second video of Recyclerview Playlist
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Transcription :
Hello everyone , In previous tutorial we created recyclerview , if you have not watched it , then click the link in the video to watch it , in this tutorial we will see how to handle clicks in the recyclerview , So lets get started
Here is my android studio ,
Now go to costum row layout and add button inside linnear layout , give it id
give text to button as you want
now go to adapter class inside Item class create object of button and connect this button to its layout
now go to on bindview holder method and add on click listener to the button
inside on click add toast message with its position
our app is ready to run
hit run on the top
here my app is running
when i click on button there is toast with position . This concludes that we successfuly implemented on click listner to button in the recyclerview . In next tutorial we will see how to give space between recyclerview items. In the mean time like this video share this video and if you have any suggestions then fill the comment boxes below . Do not forget to subscribe my channel. thank you have a nice day

Channel: Amar Yadav
Published: 2016-08-14 15:54:14
Duration: 2M20S
Views: 2741
Likes: 23
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