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Creating Dynamic UI with Android Fragments by Jim Wilson

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Making navigation fun with swipe

Many applications involve several screens of data that a user might want to browse or flip through to view each screen. As an example, think of an application where we list a catalogue of books with each book in the catalogue appearing on a single screen. A book's screen contains an image, title, and description like the following screenshot:

Making navigation fun with swipe

To view each book's information, the user needs to move to each screen. We could put a next button and a previous button on the screen, but a more natural action is for the user to use their thumb or finger to swipe the screen from one edge of the display to the other and have ...

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