How can I dynamically add item to a Gallery in android

by ying lcs » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 09:03:11 GMT


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 Hi,

Can you please tell me how can I dynamically add item to Gallery?
I have looked at ApiDemo and have studied their example.

But the ImageAdapter there is a BaseAdapter which has a fixed sized
array and the getCount() just return the length of the array.
My question is how can I change that to a dynamically size vector? I
have set breakpoints in getCount(), and it only called once
dynamically during initialization.  So how can I tell android that the
gallery size has changed?

Thank you.

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