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abstract class PagedList<T : Any> : AbstractList<T>
   ↳ java.util.AbstractCollection<E>
   ↳ java.util.AbstractList<T>
   ↳ androidx.paging.PagedList

Lazy loading list that pages in immutable content from a PagingSource.

A PagedList is a List which loads its data in chunks (pages) from a PagingSource. Items can be accessed with get, and further loading can be triggered with loadAround. To display a PagedList, see androidx.paging.PagedListAdapter, which enables the binding of a PagedList to a androidx.recyclerview.widget.RecyclerView.

Loading Data

All data in a PagedList is loaded from its PagingSource. Creating a PagedList loads the first chunk of data from the PagingSource immediately, and should for this reason be done on a background thread. The constructed PagedList may then be passed to and used on the UI thread. This is done to prevent passing a list with no loaded content to the UI thread, which should generally not be presented to the user.

A PagedList initially presents this first partial load as its content, and expands over time as content is loaded in. When loadAround is called, items will be loaded in near the passed list index. If placeholder nulls are present in the list, they will be replaced as content is loaded. If not, newly loaded items will be inserted at the beginning or end of the list.

PagedList can present data for an unbounded, infinite scrolling list, or a very large but countable list. Use PagedList.Config to control how many items a PagedList loads, and when.

If you use androidx.paging.LivePagedListBuilder to get a androidx.lifecycle.LiveData, it will initialize PagedLists on a background thread for you.


There are two ways that PagedList can represent its not-yet-loaded data - with or without null placeholders.

With placeholders, the PagedList is always the full size of the data set. get(N) returns the Nth item in the data set, or null if its not yet loaded.

Without null placeholders, the PagedList is the sublist of data that has already been loaded. The size of the PagedList is the number of currently loaded items, and get(N) returns the Nth loaded item. This is not necessarily the Nth item in the data set.

Placeholders have several benefits:

  • They express the full sized list to the presentation layer (often a androidx.paging.PagedListAdapter), and so can support scrollbars (without jumping as pages are loaded or dropped) and fast-scrolling to any position, loaded or not.
  • They avoid the need for a loading spinner at the end of the loaded list, since the list is always full sized.

They also have drawbacks:

  • Your Adapter needs to account for null items. This often means providing default values in data you bind to a androidx.recyclerview.widget.RecyclerView.ViewHolder.
  • They don't work well if your item views are of different sizes, as this will prevent loading items from cross-fading nicely.
  • They require you to count your data set, which can be expensive or impossible, depending on your PagingSource.

Placeholders are enabled by default, but can be disabled in two ways. They are disabled if the PagingSource does not count its data set in its initial load, or if false is passed to PagedList.Config.Builder.setEnablePlaceholders when building a PagedList.Config.

Mutability and Snapshots

A PagedList is mutable while loading, or ready to load from its PagingSource. As loads succeed, a mutable PagedList will be updated via Runnables on the main thread. You can listen to these updates with a PagedList.Callback. (Note that androidx.paging.PagedListAdapter will listen to these to signal RecyclerView about the updates/changes).

If a PagedList attempts to load from an invalid PagingSource, it will detach from the PagingSource, meaning that it will no longer attempt to load data. It will return true from isImmutable, and a new PagingSource / PagedList pair must be created to load further data.

See PagingSource and androidx.paging.LivePagedListBuilder for how new PagedLists are created to represent changed data.

A PagedList snapshot is simply an immutable shallow copy of the current state of the PagedList as a List. It will reference the same inner items, and contain the same null placeholders, if present.


Nested classes

Signals when a PagedList has reached the end of available data.

Builder class for PagedList.


Callback signaling when content is loaded into the list.

Configures how a PagedList loads content from its PagingSource.

Public methods
addWeakCallback(previousSnapshot: List<T>?, callback: PagedList.Callback)

Adds a callback, and issues updates since the previousSnapshot was created.


Adds a callback.


Add a listener to observe the loading state of the PagedList.

abstract Unit

Detach the PagedList from its PagingSource, and attempt to load no more data.

open T?
get(index: Int)

Get the item in the list of loaded items at the provided index.

loadAround(index: Int)

Load adjacent items to passed index.


Removes a previously added callback.


Remove a previously registered load state listener.

open Unit

Retry any errors associated with this PagedList.


Returns an immutable snapshot of the PagedList in its current state.

Inherited extension functions
From androidx.compose.ui.gesture.kotlin.collections.List
List<PointerInputChange>.anyPointersInBounds(bounds: IntSize)

Utility method that determines if any pointers are currently in bounds.


Converts an array of ComplicationType to an array of integers with the corresponding wire types.

From androidx.compose.ui.util.kotlin.collections.List
List<T>.fastAll(predicate: (T) -> Boolean)

Returns true if all elements match the given predicate.

List<T>.fastAny(predicate: (T) -> Boolean)

Returns true if at least one element matches the given predicate.

List<T>.fastFirstOrNull(predicate: (T) -> Boolean)

Returns the first value that predicate returns true for or null if nothing matches.

List<T>.fastForEach(action: (T) -> Unit)

Iterates through a List using the index and calls action for each item.

List<T>.fastForEachIndexed(action: (Int, T) -> Unit)

Iterates through a List using the index and calls action for each item.

List<T>.fastMap(transform: (T) -> R)

Returns a list containing the results of applying the given transform function to each element in the original collection.

List<T>.fastMapTo(destination: C, transform: (T) -> R)

Applies the given transform function to each element of the original collection and appends the results to the given destination.

List<T>.fastMaxBy(selector: (T) -> R)

Returns the first element yielding the largest value of the given function or null if there are no elements.

List<T>.fastSumBy(selector: (T) -> Int)

Returns the sum of all values produced by selector function applied to each element in the list.

From androidx.compose.runtime.kotlin.collections.Collection

Create an instance of MutableList from a collection that is observerable and can be snapshot.

From androidx.compose.runtime.kotlin.collections.Iterable
SnapshotStateMap<K, V>