Creating Custom Dialog Through DataBinding

Updated 8 July 2017


What is a Dialog in Android?


A dialog is a small window that prompts the user to make a decision or enter additional information. A dialog does not fill the screen and is normally used for model events that require users to take an action before they can proceed.

When are we creating our application by using Data Binding then how we use Data Binding in a custom dialog?

We just follow three steps to implement databinding in Dialog and attach our model to dialog Layout.

Dismissing Custom Dialog-

The system also dismisses the dialog when the user touches an item in a dialog list, except when the list uses radio buttons or checkboxes. Otherwise, We can manually dismiss our dialog by calling dismiss();

We can also dismiss our Custom Dialog as normally we dismiss without DataBinding.





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  • mark
    CustomReviewDialogBinding – what it is???
    • ashwini gupta (Moderator)
      CustomReviewDialogBinding is a data binding class, It is auto-generated for your every layout when you use Android Studio and Data Binding in your project.
      For more data Binding click here
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