Android Navigation Architecture: Storyboards for Android Studio?



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44 Replies to “Android Navigation Architecture: Storyboards for Android Studio?”

  1. Miguel Rodríguez

    Hey thanks for the great tutorial, just one question: What if I want to go to another fragment without clicking a button? Navigate class only throws click listener methods

  2. Usama Nasir

    how could i use pop up functionality to move back to main fragment instead of moving one by one in the stack…..By the way very nice and concise tutorial thums up

  3. Johan Ordenes Galleguillos

    it does not work on API 27 with Java :/
    I got this error:

    Android resource linking failed
    /Users/***/AndroidStudioProjects/AndroidX_Test/app/build/intermediates/incremental/mergeDebugResources/merged.dir/values-v28/values-v28.xml:7: error: resource android:attr/dialogCornerRadius not found.
    /Users/***/AndroidStudioProjects/AndroidX_Test/app/build/intermediates/incremental/mergeDebugResources/merged.dir/values-v28/values-v28.xml:11: error: resource android:attr/dialogCornerRadius not found.
    /Users/***/AndroidStudioProjects/AndroidX_Test/app/build/intermediates/incremental/mergeDebugResources/merged.dir/values/values.xml:3960: error: resource android:attr/fontVariationSettings not found.
    /Users/***/AndroidStudioProjects/AndroidX_Test/app/build/intermediates/incremental/mergeDebugResources/merged.dir/values/values.xml:3961: error: resource android:attr/ttcIndex not found.
    error: failed linking references.

  4. 007m10

    Just starting to use this feature on 3.3. For some reason when I create a nav_graph and add my main activity y cant drag and action (arrow) from it. The circle just doesn't appear.

  5. Sathish Gadde

    How to manage fragment state duting backstack. Like first contains recyclerview and user scroll to end then onitemclick navigate to second screen. now if user back to previous fragment there is not state managed. it is possible or not.if possible how to manage ?

  6. Michal RV

    why in one case you're using Navigation.createNavigationClickListener and in other you're using it.findNavigationController().navigate()? finding the nav controller works for me but the first one doesn't ;/

  7. William

    I was following one of your playlists teaching kotlin-android by jonnyb for weeks now, but suddenly you took it out… You should have more respect and consideration for your followers…

  8. Ronnie E.

    Thanks for the concise, step-by-step explanation! This is one of the best tutorial videos I have watched and I am now a faithful subscriber and will sign up to your course soon. 😀

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