listview search

by manigault » Wed, 02 Sep 2009 16:25:08 GMT


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 I have a listview with cursor adapter and i want to be able to search
in the list view. I implemented my own search : i implement
TextWatcher interface and when the text is changed i make a new query
to the db to obtain a new cursor and than refresh the listview content
it works but it is too slow and its not the android way :). There is
also another way to implement Filtarable in the adapter for the
listview on than setTextFilterEnabled(true) but i think the
performance will be the same. So the question is what is the best way
to implement search for a listview and can i use the default search
( in contacts listview for example with the scrollbar that shows the
letter)
Thanks in advance.
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listview search

by sweet » Thu, 03 Sep 2009 02:20:16 GMT


 check that
 http://android-france.fr/2009/04/15/developpez-une-application-pour-android-etape-9-recherche-d %E2%80%99une-recette-avec-autocompletion/




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listview search

by sweet » Thu, 03 Sep 2009 02:25:37 GMT


 I don't think that contact listview is better because it's juste a
search about one letter but i know tuto of autocomplet search. Check
that it may interess you
(and if you want i can see your code)

the tuto:
 http://android-france.fr/2009/04/15/developpez-une-application-pour-android-etape-9-recherche-d %E2%80%99une-recette-avec-autocompletion/




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listview search

by Dianne Hackborn » Thu, 03 Sep 2009 02:58:30 GMT


 Contacts has three ways to search:

- By jumping through letters with the thumb.
- By typing lettings on the keyboard to filter.
- By pressing the search key to invoke the search UI and show the filter
results there.

These are all standard parts of the platform, and ideally would be
implemented by any list view with a significant amount of data.







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listview search

by manigault » Thu, 03 Sep 2009 16:22:55 GMT


 Thanks for the reply. How can i implement the search scrollbar that
shows the first letter of the item in the listview.





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