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Scrolling is one of the most important gesture on mobile platforms. Indeed, it easily allows you to access a fairly large amount of content just by swiping your fingers on screen. In order to implement such gestures, the Android SDK comes with a bunch of scrolling containers: View, ListView, RecyclerView, ScrollView, etc. While using these components independently is relatively simple, it starts getting complicated when nesting them… In this session you will get a complete overview of how Android deals with scrolling in general and how to master the scrolling mechanism to create compelling mobile user experience.
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Understanding scrolling techniques in Android
Cyril Mottier is Mobile Software Engineer at Capitaine Train and Android Google Developer Expert. Passionate about technology and design, Cyril is an avid lover of Android and a multi-skilled engineer. He is actively involved in the Android community and shares his passion writing blog posts, creating open source libraries and giving talks. His motto: “Do less, but do it insanely great”