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Simple recyclerview example with checkbox in Android

Good morning to all, Those who all tried RecyclerView adapter with CheckBox, you all may find the issue on dynamic data change in RecyclerView. This will help you to resolve the issue in very simple way.

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So how to achieve this task effectively?

Simple, I hope you all tried with list objects only. Surely this object will have the boolean variable to know whether this object is selected or not. So now while we are select one object with the help of recyclerview and scroll down and up recyclerview adapter, the checked checkbox's position may change, this reflects on our object also, So how to avaid this issue.

simple, In our recyclerview adapter's onBindViewHolder method, first set the checkedOnChangeListener of checkbox to null, and then set whether this object is selected or not to checkbox, and then add the checkedOnChangeListener to the checkbox. That's all. Issue solved.

onBindViewHolder will be look like
@Override public void…

Simple RecyclerView example with filter option in Android

Hi Guys, Maybe you all are expert in terms of using RecyclerView in android. This blog is simple example for using filter option with RecyclerView adapter.

As for now you will instantiate RecyclerView and set the adapter to RecyclerView as following way. RecyclerView list = (RecyclerView) findViewById(; list.setLayoutManager(new LinearLayoutManager(this)); list.setHasFixedSize(true); ArrayList&ltNumber&gt numbers = new ArrayList&lt&gt(); String ONEs[] = {"ZERO", "ONE", "TWO", "THREE", "FOUR", "FIVE", "SIX", "SEVEN", "EIGHT", "NINE", "TEN"}; String TENs[] = {"ZERO", "TEN", "TWENTY", "THIRTY", "FOURTY", "FIFTY", "SIXTY", "SEVENTY", "EIGHTY", "NINETY", "HUNDRED"}; String HUNDREDS[] = {"ZERO", "HUNDRED", "TWO HUNDRED&q…