Wish Multi mode XUI xcustomlistview


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It is possible to contain all/many of the different "modes" of [B4X] [XUI] xCustomListView (expandable lists, pull to refresh, swipes etc) within one library (Class)?

Within one App I am currently able use the master lib as it is intended for one list, and if I want to use the expandable version in the same app I rename the class HERE (and I think needing to change some of code within it) and they can successfully work alongside each other

Advantages to me are:
1) don't have different versions of code in different places and therefore less likely to carry forward bugs (I note that the master XCLV is now at version 1.7+ whilst the expandable class is at 1.65 for example)
2) less maintenance
3) ease of use

I have no idea whether this is feasible, and suspect that it may be too complicated, hard work and/or risky, but I thought in my simplistic amateur head that for example introducing a "mode" for xlcv, in designer or class initialise it could be possible - then if mode zero it's a standard Xclv, mode 1 expanded version etc. Perhaps there is a better way.

Here are some of variants I use with links.

Standard xCustomListView
Expandable list
animated header
floating titles
Claudio's xSelectableCustomListView
IndexedTable (not XUI)
DaniDPX IndexedTable with Custom List view (not XUI)

Thk for reading


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These two classes are extensions to the standard xCustomListView library:
CLVSwipe: https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/t...view-swipe-actions-and-pull-to-refresh.98252/
CLVHeader: https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/t...ce-animated-header-to-xcustomlistview.105343/

IndexedTable has nothing to do here.

Going forward more extensions will be created. There is no reason to over-complicate the standard library. At this point it is a mistake to use modified version of the standard library as it will cause conflicts with other libraries that depend on xCustomListView.


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Thanks for explaining strategy and agree with not over complicating standard library.

I think I was naively hoping the suggestion would enhance XCLV rather than overcomplicate, and that at some point the Xcustomlistview would miraculously metamorphise into a XUI version of Informix's self contained Ultimatelistview :eek:

I'd think though it would be useful for newbies if there was a reference to the supported extensions in the main xcustomlist view post.

Looking forward to the next extension, especially the expandable list version !