RecyclerView Android Studio With CardView onItemClick Position Material

RecyclerView Android Studio Example tutorial welcomes you.

This RecyclerView Android tutorial guide you to make RecyclerView with CardView and Custom Adapter.

You will learn how to get click position of RecyclerView in this RecyclerView Android Studio Example.

You will also learn to implement onClick, onItemClickListener, onItemTouchListener of RecyclerView.

We will use material design to implement RecyclerView and CardView.

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First, check the output of RecyclerView Android tutorial then follow all the steps.

Download Source Code for RecyclerView Android example

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Step 1: Create a new project in Android Studio.

Make a new android studio project with empty activity.

Step 2: Updating build.gradle(Module:app) file

Add below source code into dependencies{}

Step 3. Downloading Images

Now Click here to download images and copy them into the drawable folder.

You can learn here how to put items in drawable folder in the step 2 of android circular progressbar example. (No need to create xml file in drawable, just copy and paste images in drawable).

Step 4: Coding cardview.xml

Create a new file into drawable folder and name it cardview.xml

Add below source code into it.

Step 5: Making rv_item.xml

Create a new layout resource file named rv_item.xml

Copy following source code into it

Step 6: Making Model class

Create a new JAVA class named Model.java and paste below

Step 7: Code for Adapter.java

Let’s create Custom Adapter for RecyclerView.

Make a new JAVA class named Adapter.java and add below

Step 8: Finally Update activity_main.xml and MainActivity.java

Updating activity_main.xml

Add following into activity_main.xml

Updating MainActivity.java

Copy folowing into MainActivity.java

Describing MainActivity.java

Following source code will give you click position of RecyclerView

You just need to create an interface named “ClickListener”

And

a class named “RecyclerTouchListener”

So that is all for RecyclerView Android tutorial.

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Hardik Parsania

I am mobile app developer. I am always passionate about solving complex and real world problems.I have developed many apps with great interest and superior logical skills.

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