I have a basic form layout that relies upon a spinner - I originally had a button layout, but that became unweildy as more options were added. The UI is implemented just fine, reads in the options to populate the spinner, adds in the drop list functionality.
It looks great ... but I am a little confused about the callback implementation for a listener that will tell me WHAT the user has selected. I could just wait until the user clicks the "Next>" button I implemented, but the intent of the spinner is to dynamically change the UI based on the user feedback.
Intuitively, I feel it should be OnItemClickListener, but according to the docs, "A spinner does not support item click events". I also considered using "checkSelectionChanged()" but that is not something I can implement as part of a listener, and would be fine if I was just reading an opion on a "Next>" button click. So, currently I am dead in the water.
Can anyone share a code stub that will allow me to read the item selected in the Spinner?