CardView is probably the most frequently used and flexible material component, and as such, there are a considerable number of guidelines concerning its structure, appearance, and function. Cards are described by Google as being entry points to more detailed information. This means that they should provide a small number of actions in the form of buttons, clickable images, and often, simply the card itself.
The way we used cards in the previous section, to create a list, is probably not the best example of how to employ CardView. Generally, with lists of items with very similar content, a simple divider provides a far less cluttered layout, and cards were used here just to demonstrate RecyclerViews in an easily digestible fashion.
Cards come ...