Pageable Listview

by Makas Tzavellas » Tue, 16 Mar 2010 03:16:02 GMT

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 Hi all,

I recently worked on an Android app that needed a ListView that
behaves "similar" to the Android market, by allowing the list in the
ListView to "grow" as the user scrolls to the bottom.

I tried to implement it in a generic manner so that it could be
reused. For those that has the same requirement, the source code is
available at

The code will still need some work, it's only the first iteration.



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