Endless RecyclerView

A simple lib to create an infinite list in a RecyclerView.

When you reach the end of the list, a callback is triggered, where you can make a call to fetch more data from the api, for example.


You need to inform your your recyclerView and register your callback. Pass the recyclerView as a parameter in the constructor.

//Create a callback of EndlessRecyclerView
val infiniteScrolling = EndlessRecyclerView(binding.myRecyclerView) {
//You made it to the end of the list, fetch more data

//Bind EndlessRecyclerView to recyclerView scrolling

By default the lib does not show a loading view. You can call the showLoading(true) method to show.

You can also create your own load view, just call the setCustomLoadingView(R.layout.my_custom_loading) method.

Method Explanation
showLoading(boolean) Show loading view
stopLoading() Stop current loading animation
setCustomLoadingView(@LayoutRes int) Set a custom loading view to show
create() Create a instance of EndlessRecyclerView

Adding to your project

  • Add the following configuration in your build.gradle file.

repositories {
    maven { url "https://jitpack.io" }
dependencies {
	implementation 'com.github.jaisonklemer:endlessrecyclerview:{latest-version}'




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