Support classes providing low level Leanback user interface building blocks: widgets and helpers.
The core interface to the developer’s model is the
ObjectAdapter. It is similar to Adapter and the
RecyclerView Adapter, but separates iterating items from presenting them as Views.
Concrete implementations include
CursorObjectAdapter, but a developer is free to use a
subclass of an ObjectAdapter to iterate over any existing Object hierarchy.
Presenter creates Views and binds data from an Object
to those Views. This is the
complementary piece to ObjectAdapter that corresponds to existing Android adapter classes.
The benefit to separating out a Presenter is that we can use it to generate Views outside of the
context of an adapter. For example, a UI may represent data from a single Object in several places
at once. Each View that needs to be generated can be produced by a different Presenter, while the
Object is retrieved from the ObjectAdapter once.
PresenterSelectordetermines which Presenter to use for a given Object from an ObjectAdapter. Two common cases are when an ObjectAdapter uses the same View type for every element (
SinglePresenterSelector), and when the Presenter is determined by the Java class of the element (
ClassPresenterSelector). A developer is able to implement any selection logic as a PresenterSelector. For example, if all the elements of an ObjectAdapter have the same type, but certain elements are to be rendered using a 'promotional content' view in the developer’s application, the PresenterSelector may inspect the fields of each element before choosing the appropriate Presenter.
The basic navigation model for Leanback is that of a vertical list of rows, each of which may be a horizontal list of items. Therefore, Leanback uses ObjectAdapters both for defining the horizontal data items as well as the list of rows themselves.
Leanback defines a few basic data model classes for rows: the
Row, which defines the
abstract concept of a row with a header; and
a concrete Row implementation that uses an ObjectAdapter to present a horizontal list of items.
The corresponding presenter for the ListRow is the
|BaseGridView.OnKeyInterceptListener||Listener for intercepting key dispatch events.|
|BaseGridView.OnMotionInterceptListener||Listener for intercepting generic motion dispatch events.|
|BaseGridView.OnTouchInterceptListener||Listener for intercepting touch dispatch events.|
|BaseOnItemViewClickedListener<T>||Interface for receiving notification when an item view holder is clicked.|
|BaseOnItemViewSelectedListener<T>||Interface for receiving notification when a row or item becomes selected.|
|BrowseFrameLayout.OnChildFocusListener||Interface for managing child focus in a BrowseFrameLayout.|
|BrowseFrameLayout.OnFocusSearchListener||Interface for selecting a focused view in a BrowseFrameLayout when the system focus finder couldn't find a view to focus.|
|FacetProvider||This is the query interface to supply optional features(aka facets) on an object without the need of letting the object to subclass or implement java interfaces.|
Optional interface that implemented by
|FocusHighlight||Interface for highlighting the item that has focus.|
|FragmentAnimationProvider||FragmentAnimationProvider supplies animations for use during a fragment's onCreateAnimator callback.|
|ImeKeyMonitor||Interface for an EditText subclass that can delegate calls to onKeyPreIme up to a registered listener.|
|ImeKeyMonitor.ImeKeyListener||Listener interface for key events intercepted pre-IME by edit text objects.|
An interface implemented by the user if they wish to provide actions for a media item row to
be displayed by an
Interface for receiving notification when an
|OnChildLaidOutListener||Interface for receiving notification when a child of this ViewGroup has been laid out.|
This interface was deprecated
in API level 24.1.0.
|OnItemViewClickedListener||Interface for receiving notification when a item view holder is clicked.|
|OnItemViewSelectedListener||Interface for receiving notification when a row or item becomes selected.|