belongs to Maven artifact com.android.support:coordinatorlayout:28.0.0-alpha1
CoordinatorLayout is a super-powered
CoordinatorLayout is intended for two primary use cases:
- As a top-level application decor or chrome layout
- As a container for a specific interaction with one or more child views
Behaviors for child views of a
CoordinatorLayout you can provide many different interactions within a single parent and those
views can also interact with one another. View classes can specify a default behavior when
used as a child of a CoordinatorLayout using the
Behaviors may be used to implement a variety of interactions and additional layout modifications ranging from sliding drawers and panels to swipe-dismissable elements and buttons that stick to other elements as they move and animate.
Children of a CoordinatorLayout may have an
anchor. This view id must correspond
to an arbitrary descendant of the CoordinatorLayout, but it may not be the anchored child itself
or a descendant of the anchored child. This can be used to place floating views relative to
other arbitrary content panes.
Children can specify
insetEdge to describe how the
view insets the CoordinatorLayout. Any child views which are set to dodge the same inset edges by
dodgeInsetEdges will be moved appropriately so that the
views do not overlap.
When writing a custom view, implement this interface to return the default behavior
when used as a direct child of an
Interaction behavior plugin for child views of
This @interface was deprecated
in API level 27.1.0.
Parameters describing the desired layout for a child of a