RecyclerViewaddon library providing support for item selection. The library provides support for both touch and mouse driven selection. Developers retain control over the visual representation, and the policies controlling selection behavior (like which items are eligible for selection, and how many items can be selected.)
Want to add selection support to your RecyclerView? Here's how you do it:
Determine which selection key type to use, then build your KeyProvider
for more detailed advice on which key type to use for your selection keys.
This class provides the selection library code necessary access to information about
items associated with
MotionEvent. This will likely
depend on concrete
RecyclerView.ViewHolder type employed by your application.
Update views used in RecyclerView to reflect selected state
When the user selects an item the library will record that in
then notify RecyclerView that the state of the item has changed. This
will ultimately cause the value to be rebound by way of
RecyclerView.Adapter#onBindViewHolder. The item must then be updated
to reflect the new selection status. Without this
the user will not *see* that the item has been selected.
- In Adapter#onBindViewHolder, set the "activated" status on view. Note that the status should be "activated" not "selected". See View.html#setActivated for details.
- Update the styling of the view to represent the activated status. This can be done with a color state list.
ActionMode when there is a selection
to be notified when selection changes. When a selection is first created, start
ActionMode to represent this to the user,
and provide selection specific actions.
Interpreted secondary actions: Drag and Drop, and Item Activation
At the end of the event processing pipeline the library may determine that the user
is attempting to activate an item by tapping it, or is attempting to drag and drop
an item or set of selected items. React to these interpretations by registering a
respective listener. See
Assemble everything with
Example usage (with
Long selection keys):
tracker = new SelectionTracker.Builder<>( "my-selection-id", recyclerView, new StableIdKeyProvider(recyclerView), new MyDetailsLookup(recyclerView), StorageStrategy.createLongStorage()) .build();
In order to build a SelectionTracker instance the supplied RecyclerView must be initialized with an Adapter. Given this fact, you will probably need to inject the SelectionTracker instance into your RecyclerView.Adapter after the Adapter is created, as it will be necessary to consult selected status using SelectionTracker from the onBindViewHolder method.
Include Selection in Activity lifecycle events
In order to preserve state, the author must include the selection library in the handling of Activity lifecycle events. See SelectionTracker#onSaveInstanceState and SelectionTracker#onRestoreInstanceState.
A unique selection id must be supplied to
constructor. This is necessary as an activity or fragment may have multiple distinct
selectable lists that may both need to be persisted in saved state.
|OnContextClickListener||Register an OnContextClickListener to be notified when a context click occurs.|
|OnDragInitiatedListener||Register an OnDragInitiatedListener to be notified when user intent to perform drag and drop operations on an item or items has been detected.|
|OnItemActivatedListener<K>||Register an OnItemActivatedListener to be notified when an item is activated (tapped or double clicked).|
|OperationMonitor.OnChangeListener||Listen to changes in operation status.|
|BandPredicate||Provides a means of controlling when and where band selection can be initiated.|
A BandPredicate that allows initiation of band selection only in areas of RecyclerView
that map to