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Kumar Abhishek
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A series of posts about my most exciting project at Eko: https://connectalpha.eko.co.in, a progressive web app enabling Eko‘s merchants to make payments and financial transactions.
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#androiddev   #androidl   #recyclerview  

RecyclerView API is not the simplest one, but definitely one of most powerful Android API's. I'm very impressed. Once learned, it allows you to implement fancy layouts, layouts with pinned headers or item animations etc. way easier and cleaner than if you had implement them using regular List or Grid Views. For instance, a simple sectioned grid view layout manager, shown in the video, has slightly over 250 lines of code. 

For those who want to learn more about RecyclerView API, a good starting point would to read a great introduction written by +Dave Smith: http://wiresareobsolete.com/2014/09/building-a-recyclerview-layoutmanager-part-1/
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