Library for creating RecyclerView with warning message of data availability.
ShyShark is Swipeable card stack view like Tinder.
It is not a custom
RecyclerView. It is just a helper library to attach to your
RecyclerView with your
TabLayout. If you don't want to go with sticky header
RecyclerView or something like that, and also want to provide a good experience when your user is scrolling the content, this small library is for you.
Jubako makes things super simple to assemble rich content into a RecyclerView such as a wall of carousels (Google Play style recycler in recyclers). Jubako can load content on the fly asynchronously, infinitely with pagination.
Indicator decorator is an indicator that can be used in ViewPager2 and RecyclerView.
A library that removes all boilerplate code allowing you to display lists with few lines of code.
A library for make an easy and faster
RecyclerView without adapter.
Never code any boilerplate
This library will make it easy and painless to map your data items with target
ViewHolders. It also supports nested
SmartRecyclerAdapters and complex view event listeners. 100% written in Kotlin!
OnClick item and simple use
RecyclerView adapter binding
Extensible Kotlin DSL for building dynamic reusable UI components with RecyclerView.
A custom RecyclerView with in-built Facebook's Shimmer to indicate that views are loading with support to switch layout manager in runtime. This ShimmerRecyclerView also supports multiple view types for loading.
An Easy to use adapter for android
No need of viewholder
More readable code
This library based on RecyclerView, and has a purpose easy work with lazy loading (pagination) data.
RecycleView without adapter, only mapper from your model to
TimetableLayout is a layout manager and item decorations to display the timetable.
ARVI - Autoplayable RecyclerView Items.
ExoPlayer-based Android library that makes the implementation of the autoplayable RecyclerView video items an easy task
A solution to compose
The idea is to compose the decoration by combining small and simple components.
In isolation, those items are simple and easy to write and understand. But combined (or composed), they can form very complex decoration with complex selective conditions.
You can make sticky items in recyclerview with this library.
Middleman is a library for helping handling items in RecyclerView adapters with better following SOLID rules. it supports both simple list and paging list in
RecyclerView Adapter for nested items and expand/contract capabilites.
This library provides all the needed components to create recycler views that can display multiple types of views and utilize any type of parent-child relationships the provided data may have.
The data may be infinitely nested and they can have view variations based on a plethora of different data, such as their overall position on the recycler, their relative position inside their parent item, the position of their parent, the existence or not of sub-nested items and more.
Sections decorator is
RecyclerView decorator that decorates multi section recycler with vertical / horizontal line and section title. Current section title is always visible. It might be useful in todo list or calendar like applications.
An easy way to search in your recycler view without having an always-on display search view.
Ever wanted a recycler view with a search bar? That's a simple library that lets you wrap your recyclerView into my custom layout which provides a hidden searchview which you can show by scrolling up/down the recycler.
A custom recycler view with shimmer views to indicate that views are loading for AndroidX. This will only work if you are using AndroidX RecyclerView as a dependency.
Highly customizable Android library written in Kotlin that uses AndroidX and extends
RecyclerView to include extra features, such as support for gestures like swipe and drag & drop.
A custom layout manager for recycler view.
Covert is an Android Library for easily implementing Material Swipe Actions in a RecyclerView. The design of the animations was based heavily around the Swipe Action Gestures demonstrated in the Material Interaction guidelines.