Completing Your List Fragment
ListFragment class displays a list of items by binding to a data source such as an array or a cursor, and it exposes callback methods when the user selects an item. However, to build a list of items to display in a list, you need to add a layout that defines what each row will look like.
A cursor provides random read and write access to the result set that’s returned by a database query.
Add a new layout to the
res/layout directory with a root element of
TextView, and give it a proper name for a row type of item; for example,
reminder_row.xml. Inside this view, type the following code:
<?xml version=”1.0” encoding=”utf-8”?>
This code simply defines a row in which text values can be placed with a padding of ten density-independent pixels. Line 4 defines the ID of the view that you need when loading the list with data.