I hope this helps you . You can define custom theme attributes for that. The views would then just reference the theme attribute and you can change the style by changing the theme attribute value. First declare the custom theme attributes in res/values/attrs.xml:
this one helps. Whether you have one view for the document entity or several sub-views for the document entity, they should all be sharing the same document entity in the end. If this is just a small app, then a single view that represents the document entity may be a decent approach. However, a case can also be made to break the entity down into its component parts. This will allow you to create more manageable models for each part. This being the case, you'll want to use a pub/sub model to pass around the entity as it is updated so that each component part is updated with the latest entity if any of the other components modify the entity.
Composite views with Codeigniter?
By : jo siri
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Yeah I would say you're making things a little complex. While I may not be following your description well enough to know precisely how to respond, I can tell you how I do it: First the whole site is run through a template so the header and footer are the container file and all views needed within the site are rendered as page type views - like an article page, a gallery page, etc. Components are loaded and passed to the views as strings:
Hope this helps MVP = Model View Presenter The basic idea is, that you separate presenting logic from UI (view), so you can mock out the view and test presenter with simple JUnit tests, instead of messing the swing (probably generated by designer) code with your "view logic" (code that controls the UI)...