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DefaultOffsettingHelper

public class DefaultOffsettingHelper
extends WearableRecyclerView.OffsettingHelper

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.support.wearable.view.WearableRecyclerView.OffsettingHelper
     ↳ android.support.wearable.view.DefaultOffsettingHelper


This class is deprecated.
use the android.support.wear.widget.WearableRecyclerView and associated classes provided by the Android Support Library Wear module instead.

This implementation of WearableRecyclerView.OffsettingHelper provides basic offsetting logic for updating child layout. For round devices it offsets the children horizontally to make them appear to travel around a circle. For square devices it aligns them in a straight list.

Summary

Public constructors

DefaultOffsettingHelper()

Public methods

void adjustAnchorOffsetXY(View child, float[] anchorOffsetXY)

Override this method if you wish to adjust the anchor coordinates for each child view during a layout pass.

void updateChild(View child, WearableRecyclerView parent)

The default implementation will lay out children along a curve for round screens and along a straight line for square screens.

Inherited methods

From class android.support.wearable.view.WearableRecyclerView.OffsettingHelper
From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

DefaultOffsettingHelper

DefaultOffsettingHelper ()

Public methods

adjustAnchorOffsetXY

void adjustAnchorOffsetXY (View child, 
                float[] anchorOffsetXY)

Override this method if you wish to adjust the anchor coordinates for each child view during a layout pass. In the override set the new desired anchor coordinates in the provided array. The coordinates should be provided in relation to the child view.

Parameters
child View: The child view to which the anchor coordinates will apply.

anchorOffsetXY float: The anchor coordinates for the provided child view, by default set to a pre-defined constant on the horizontal axis and half of the child height on the vertical axis (vertical center).

updateChild

void updateChild (View child, 
                WearableRecyclerView parent)

The default implementation will lay out children along a curve for round screens and along a straight line for square screens.

Parameters
child View: the current child to be affected.

parent WearableRecyclerView: the WearableRecyclerView parent that this helper is attached to.