- What is Android ViewGroup?
- Which attribute sets the gravity of the view or layout in its parents?
- What is the meaning of deflated?
- What does inflated view mean?
- What is attach to root in Android?
- How do I use Inflater on Android?
- How do I inflate a fragment view?
- What is the view in Android?
- What does inflate mean?
- What is an inflated price?
- What is a layout Inflater?
- What is a fragment in Android?
- What is inflate method in Android?
- What does uninflated mean?
What is Android ViewGroup?
A ViewGroup is a special view that can contain other views (called children.) The view group is the base class for layouts and views containers.
This class also defines the ViewGroup.
Android contains the following commonly used ViewGroup subclasses: LinearLayout..
Which attribute sets the gravity of the view or layout in its parents?
android:layout_gravity sets the gravity of the View or Layout relative to its parent.
What is the meaning of deflated?
transitive verb. 1 : to release air or gas from deflate a tire. 2 : to reduce in size, importance, or effectiveness deflate his ego with cutting remarks. 3 : to reduce (a price level) or cause (a volume of credit) to contract.
What does inflated view mean?
“Inflating” a view means taking the layout XML and parsing it to create the view and viewgroup objects from the elements and their attributes specified within, and then adding the hierarchy of those views and viewgroups to the parent ViewGroup.
What is attach to root in Android?
in this case is the widget/layout that is surrounding the view objects that you want to inflate using findViewById(). attachToRoot: attaches the views to their parent (includes them in the parent hierarchy), so any touch event that the views recieve will also be transfered to parent view.
How do I use Inflater on Android?
1. attachToRoot Set to True