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[TUT] Infinite Scrolling Gallery custom view

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[TUT] Infinite Scrolling Gallery custom view

Postby blundell » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:03 pm

A shameless self plug, just wrote an Infinite Scrolling Gallery Tutorial:

http://blog.blundell-apps.com/infinite- ... g-gallery/

Source code can be downloaded also

You can use images on your SD card or images in your /resources/drawable directory

Enjoy guys, as always any questions, just ask!
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