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added in version 26.1.0
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public static abstract class WearableLinearLayoutManager.LayoutCallback
extends Object

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Callback for interacting with layout passes.


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Public methods

abstract void onLayoutFinished(View child, RecyclerView parent)

Override this method to implement custom child layout behavior on scroll.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors


added in version 26.1.0
WearableLinearLayoutManager.LayoutCallback ()

Public methods


added in version 26.1.0
void onLayoutFinished (View child, 
                RecyclerView parent)

Override this method to implement custom child layout behavior on scroll. It is called at the end of each layout pass of the view (including scrolling) and enables you to modify any property of the child view. Examples include scaling the children based on their distance from the center of the parent, or changing the translation of the children to create an illusion of the path they are moving along.

child View: the current child to be affected.

parent RecyclerView: the RecyclerView parent that this class is attached to.

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