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RecyclerView.ViewHolder

public static abstract class RecyclerView.ViewHolder
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ androidx.recyclerview.widget.RecyclerView.ViewHolder


A ViewHolder describes an item view and metadata about its place within the RecyclerView.

RecyclerView.Adapter implementations should subclass ViewHolder and add fields for caching potentially expensive View.findViewById(int) results.

While RecyclerView.LayoutParams belong to the RecyclerView.LayoutManager, ViewHolders belong to the adapter. Adapters should feel free to use their own custom ViewHolder implementations to store data that makes binding view contents easier. Implementations should assume that individual item views will hold strong references to ViewHolder objects and that RecyclerView instances may hold strong references to extra off-screen item views for caching purposes

Summary

Fields

public final View itemView

Public constructors

ViewHolder(View itemView)

Public methods

final int getAbsoluteAdapterPosition()

Returns the Adapter position of the item represented by this ViewHolder with respect to the RecyclerView's RecyclerView.Adapter.

final int getAdapterPosition()

This method is deprecated. This method is confusing when adapters nest other adapters. If you are calling this in the context of an Adapter, you probably want to call getBindingAdapterPosition() or if you want the position as RecyclerView sees it, you should call getAbsoluteAdapterPosition().

final Adapter<? extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder> getBindingAdapter()

Returns the RecyclerView.Adapter that last bound this RecyclerView.ViewHolder.

final int getBindingAdapterPosition()

Returns the Adapter position of the item represented by this ViewHolder with respect to the RecyclerView.Adapter that bound it.

final long getItemId()

Returns The itemId represented by this ViewHolder.

final int getItemViewType()
final int getLayoutPosition()

Returns the position of the ViewHolder in terms of the latest layout pass.

final int getOldPosition()

When LayoutManager supports animations, RecyclerView tracks 3 positions for ViewHolders to perform animations.

final int getPosition()

This method is deprecated. This method is deprecated because its meaning is ambiguous due to the async handling of adapter updates. You should use getLayoutPosition(), getBindingAdapterPosition() or getAbsoluteAdapterPosition() depending on your use case.

final boolean isRecyclable()
final void setIsRecyclable(boolean recyclable)

Informs the recycler whether this item can be recycled.

String toString()

Inherited methods

Fields

itemView

public final View itemView

Public constructors

ViewHolder

public ViewHolder (View itemView)

Parameters
itemView View

Public methods

getAbsoluteAdapterPosition

public final int getAbsoluteAdapterPosition ()

Returns the Adapter position of the item represented by this ViewHolder with respect to the RecyclerView's RecyclerView.Adapter. If the RecyclerView.Adapter that bound this RecyclerView.ViewHolder is inside another adapter (e.g. ConcatAdapter), this position might be different and will include the offsets caused by other adapters in the ConcatAdapter.

Note that this might be different than the getLayoutPosition() if there are pending adapter updates but a new layout pass has not happened yet.

RecyclerView does not handle any adapter updates until the next layout traversal. This may create temporary inconsistencies between what user sees on the screen and what adapter contents have. This inconsistency is not important since it will be less than 16ms but it might be a problem if you want to use ViewHolder position to access the adapter. Sometimes, you may need to get the exact adapter position to do some actions in response to user events. In that case, you should use this method which will calculate the Adapter position of the ViewHolder.

Note that if you've called RecyclerView.Adapter.notifyDataSetChanged(), until the next layout pass, the return value of this method will be RecyclerView.NO_POSITION.

Note that if you are querying the position as RecyclerView sees, you should use getAbsoluteAdapterPosition() (e.g. you want to use it to save scroll state). If you are querying the position to access the RecyclerView.Adapter contents, you should use getBindingAdapterPosition().

Returns
int The adapter position of the item from RecyclerView's perspective if it still exists in the adapter and bound to a valid item. RecyclerView.NO_POSITION if item has been removed from the adapter, RecyclerView.Adapter.notifyDataSetChanged() has been called after the last layout pass or the ViewHolder has already been recycled.

getAdapterPosition

public final int getAdapterPosition ()

This method is deprecated.
This method is confusing when adapters nest other adapters. If you are calling this in the context of an Adapter, you probably want to call getBindingAdapterPosition() or if you want the position as RecyclerView sees it, you should call getAbsoluteAdapterPosition().

Returns
int getBindingAdapterPosition()

getBindingAdapter

public final Adapter<? extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder> getBindingAdapter ()

Returns the RecyclerView.Adapter that last bound this RecyclerView.ViewHolder. Might return null if this RecyclerView.ViewHolder is not bound to any adapter.

Returns
Adapter<? extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder> The RecyclerView.Adapter that last bound this RecyclerView.ViewHolder or null if this RecyclerView.ViewHolder is not bound by any adapter (e.g. recycled).

getBindingAdapterPosition

public final int getBindingAdapterPosition ()

Returns the Adapter position of the item represented by this ViewHolder with respect to the RecyclerView.Adapter that bound it.

Note that this might be different than the getLayoutPosition() if there are pending adapter updates but a new layout pass has not happened yet.

RecyclerView does not handle any adapter updates until the next layout traversal. This may create temporary inconsistencies between what user sees on the screen and what adapter contents have. This inconsistency is not important since it will be less than 16ms but it might be a problem if you want to use ViewHolder position to access the adapter. Sometimes, you may need to get the exact adapter position to do some actions in response to user events. In that case, you should use this method which will calculate the Adapter position of the ViewHolder.

Note that if you've called RecyclerView.Adapter.notifyDataSetChanged(), until the next layout pass, the return value of this method will be RecyclerView.NO_POSITION.

If the RecyclerView.Adapter that bound this RecyclerView.ViewHolder is inside another RecyclerView.Adapter (e.g. ConcatAdapter), this position might be different than getAbsoluteAdapterPosition(). If you would like to know the position that RecyclerView considers (e.g. for saved state), you should use getAbsoluteAdapterPosition().

Returns
int The adapter position of the item if it still exists in the adapter. RecyclerView.NO_POSITION if item has been removed from the adapter, RecyclerView.Adapter.notifyDataSetChanged() has been called after the last layout pass or the ViewHolder has already been recycled.

getItemId

public final long getItemId ()

Returns The itemId represented by this ViewHolder.

Returns
long The item's id if adapter has stable ids, RecyclerView.NO_ID otherwise

getItemViewType

public final int getItemViewType ()

Returns
int The view type of this ViewHolder.

getLayoutPosition

public final int getLayoutPosition ()

Returns the position of the ViewHolder in terms of the latest layout pass.

This position is mostly used by RecyclerView components to be consistent while RecyclerView lazily processes adapter updates.

For performance and animation reasons, RecyclerView batches all adapter updates until the next layout pass. This may cause mismatches between the Adapter position of the item and the position it had in the latest layout calculations.

LayoutManagers should always call this method while doing calculations based on item positions. All methods in RecyclerView.LayoutManager, RecyclerView.State, RecyclerView.Recycler that receive a position expect it to be the layout position of the item.

If LayoutManager needs to call an external method that requires the adapter position of the item, it can use getAbsoluteAdapterPosition() or RecyclerView.Recycler.convertPreLayoutPositionToPostLayout(int).

Returns
int Returns the adapter position of the ViewHolder in the latest layout pass.

getOldPosition

public final int getOldPosition ()

When LayoutManager supports animations, RecyclerView tracks 3 positions for ViewHolders to perform animations.

If a ViewHolder was laid out in the previous onLayout call, old position will keep its adapter index in the previous layout.

Returns
int The previous adapter index of the Item represented by this ViewHolder or RecyclerView.NO_POSITION if old position does not exists or cleared (pre-layout is complete).

getPosition

public final int getPosition ()

This method is deprecated.
This method is deprecated because its meaning is ambiguous due to the async handling of adapter updates. You should use getLayoutPosition(), getBindingAdapterPosition() or getAbsoluteAdapterPosition() depending on your use case.

Returns
int

isRecyclable

public final boolean isRecyclable ()

Returns
boolean true if this item is available to be recycled, false otherwise.

setIsRecyclable

public final void setIsRecyclable (boolean recyclable)

Informs the recycler whether this item can be recycled. Views which are not recyclable will not be reused for other items until setIsRecyclable() is later set to true. Calls to setIsRecyclable() should always be paired (one call to setIsRecyclabe(false) should always be matched with a later call to setIsRecyclable(true)). Pairs of calls may be nested, as the state is internally reference-counted.

Parameters
recyclable boolean: Whether this item is available to be recycled. Default value is true.

See also:

toString

public String toString ()

Returns
String