Android Firebase Realtime Database - Top GridView Examples.


Android Firebase Realtime Database GridView Examples.

Top Android Firebase Realtime Database GridView Examples

Let's look at some examples.

Android Firebase GridView Master Detail  Tutorial.

The Plan

This is an android firebase gridview tutorial. How to save data to firebase,retrieve then show that data in a custom gridview.

  • Save data from edittext to google firebase database.
  • Retrieve the data by attaching events to a DatabaseReference instance.
  • Bind the data to a csutom gridview using a BaseAdapter subclass.
  • Handle the GridView's itemClicks.
  • Open new Activity when a grid item is clicked.
  • Pass data to that new activity

Android Firebase GridView  Tutorial.

The Plan

This is an android firebase gridview tutorial. How to save data to firebase,retrieve then show that data in a simple gridview.

  • Save data from edittext to google firebase database.
  • Retrieve the data by attaching events to a DatabaseReference instance.
  • Bind the data to a simple gridview using ArrayAdapter.

Android Firebase Database GridView Multi-Items Tutorial.

This is an android firebase gridview tutorial.We had actually done an android firebase tutorial earler with a GridView.However in that case we using a simple field.Well that's not terribly practical. How to save data to firebase,retrieve then show that data in a simple gridview.

  • Save data from several edittext to google firebase database.
  • Retrieve the data by attaching events to a DatabaseReference instance.
  • Fill a simple array list and pass it over to the custom adapter.To be bound.
  • Bind the data to our Custom gridview using CustomAdapter.Our custom adapter derives from BaseAdapter.

This is an android firebase tutorial. The aim is to write, read and show data in a GridView.

User can then click a particular gridview item and move to a new activity transferring data over there.

This is a Firebase example to help us explore how to work with multiple fields.

In a previous class we'd looked at saving and retrieving a single field, so let's see many fields in this example.

Let's go.

Cheers.

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