Hi. when released version with changed first day of week. and ShowedMonthChangeListener?
@raplider I was hoping to get something out this weekend
is it possible to make my own drawable, non-circle selector?
@fernandocosta right now you would need to make your own DayViewDecorator and call dayViewFacade.setBackground() with the drawable you want. Please note that this API is changing soon (it will be called setSelectionDrawable() instead). See PR #42.
Hi, a little new here to world of android. I added the library to Gradle today and added the calendar UI element to my view. The design view of that xml shows me an error stating "could not resolve resource value: 0x7FFF0002" and the stacktrace shows error on line 223. Can anyone point me to the possible issue?
figured it out (for those who come to this corner) add following to Gradle as well (refer samples)
Hey @rokha, that error is usually caused by an issue while building. If you clean (Build > Clean Project) and compile again, it usually solves the issue. l believe when you add dependencies, it does a clean, so it fixed it.
@dandc87 thanks... that worked :)
Hi you guys
I'm almost new in android programmin and I have a basic question! How can I speed up android project compiling on a windows machine? :D
I am an intermediate android programmer, who just joined gitter. :smile:
How can List Within List Be displayed in Android
@SeonSarkar You might be interested in FlexibleAdapter. It allows you to easily put a RecyclerView inside another one, or have expanding list items.
If scrolling isn't working properly, you need to use a NestedScrollView. If at all possible, switch to a RecyclerView since ListView is practically deprecated now. The FlexibleAdapter library makes it easy to switch to a RecyclerView. If it's a design choice, displaying that information on a detail activity rather than up front might be preferable.
@magneticflux- can i use LinearLayout in the place of innerListView and then inflate the LinearLayout with another row type xml in Dynamically? will it add the item same as list in Linear Layout?
You can insert item views into a LinearLayout, but RecyclerView also includes "wrap_content" support. Inserting views into a LinearLayout would work I believe. It might be inefficient if you have many items though. RecyclerViews also have other advantages, such as animations and updating items.