By now, you have just about all the major building blocks necessary to build a basic application. But sometimes, the basic building blocks just aren’t fun enough. This chapter gives you a basic overview of two of the most common navigational paradigms, the view pager and the navigation drawer.
A view pager is a way of navigating left and right through pages of data, generally using the swipe left and swipe right gestures. A view pager, like a list, takes an adapter, called a
PagerAdapter, to generate the content to show. Two subclasses are built into the support library for the
FragmentStatePagerAdapter. Both essentially accomplish the same thing—they show ...