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Creating Dynamic UI with Android Fragments by Jim Wilson

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Creating an adaptive application layout

Let's put our discussion of dynamic fragment management into practice by updating our application to work with just a single activity. This one activity will handle both scenarios: wide-display devices where both fragments appear side-by-side and portrait-oriented handsets where the fragments appear as two separate screens. As a reminder, the application appears as shown in the following screenshot in each scenario:

Creating an adaptive application layout

In our application, we'll leave the wide-display aspect of the program alone because static layout management is working fine there. Our work is on the portrait-oriented handset aspect of the application. ...

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