ExpandableHeightListView

by paolorotolo

Expandable Height ListView for Android

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ExpandableHeightListView

Android Library to put a ListView inside a ScrollView without collapsing.

Maven Central Android Arsenal

How to use

Add this to your build.gradle: ```java repositories { mavenCentral() }

dependencies { compile 'com.github.paolorotolo:expandableheightlistview:1.0.0' } ```

Add ExpandableHeightListView instead of ListView in your xml files:

    <com.github.paolorotolo.expandableheightlistview.expandableheightlistview android:id="@+id/expandable_listview" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:padding="8dp">
    </com.github.paolorotolo.expandableheightlistview.expandableheightlistview>

Expand ExpandableHeightListView programmatically: ```java ExpandableHeightListView expandableListView = (ExpandableHeightListView) findViewById(R.id.expandable_listview);

expandableListView.setAdapter(adapterName);

// This actually does the magic expandableListView.setExpanded(true);

It also works well with GridView.

Just use this instead:

```

Example

See it in action: download test .apk here.

Also check the example app's sources here on GitHub (ExpandableHeightListViewExample).

Wait, what?

Well, did you ever try to put a ListView inside a ScrollView?

This is what happens.

And this is what you can do with ExpandableHeightListView.

Inspired by this answer on StackOverflow.

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