#2.5 Dual Pane Layout for Tablets. Inter-fragment Communication: Android Multi Screen Support



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Implement Adaptive UI flows and create multi-pane tablet layouts and use inter fragment communication to communicate between fragments. In this example, you will use RecyclerView with an adapter in the first fragment and detail view in the second fragment. You’ll learn at the same time, how to use single pane for handsets.

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3 thoughts on “#2.5 Dual Pane Layout for Tablets. Inter-fragment Communication: Android Multi Screen Support”

  1. Why do you need an extra activity for the detail view? Also you are showing trivial copying of files, would have liked to see more of the actual xml and kotlin code in order to understand your implementation.

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