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LinearLayoutManager subclass that "peeks", shows a portion of the adjacent child views.
class PeekingLinearLayoutManager : LinearLayoutManager {
@Suppress("Unused")
@JvmOverloads
constructor(context: Context?, @RecyclerView.Orientation orientation: Int = RecyclerView.VERTICAL, reverseLayout: Boolean = false) : super(context, orientation, reverseLayout)
@Suppress("Unused")
constructor(context: Context, attrs: AttributeSet, defStyleAttr: Int, defStyleRes: Int) : super(context, attrs, defStyleAttr, defStyleRes)
override fun generateDefaultLayoutParams() =
scaledLayoutParams(super.generateDefaultLayoutParams())
override fun generateLayoutParams(lp: ViewGroup.LayoutParams?) =
scaledLayoutParams(super.generateLayoutParams(lp))
override fun generateLayoutParams(c: Context?, attrs: AttributeSet?) =
scaledLayoutParams(super.generateLayoutParams(c, attrs))
private fun scaledLayoutParams(layoutParams: RecyclerView.LayoutParams) =
layoutParams.apply {
when(orientation) {
HORIZONTAL -> width = (horizontalSpace * ratio).toInt()
VERTICAL -> height = (verticalSpace * ratio).toInt()
}
}
private val horizontalSpace get() = width - paddingStart - paddingEnd
private val verticalSpace get() = width - paddingTop - paddingBottom
private val ratio = 0.9f
}
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commented Oct 8, 2018

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