Check out the Spoken English Course. Free Course with Free Certificate
A UI relative layout is a layout that specifies the position of its children relative to the position of the parent container.
The UI Relative Layout is a subclass of FrameLayout and it has two modes:
Relative layouts are a type of layout where the position of an object is relative to the position of another object. This is in contrast to absolute layouts, where the position of objects are specified in pixels or other units relative to a fixed coordinate system.
The advantages of using a relative layout include:
In this section, we will talk about the disadvantages of using relative layouts. One major disadvantage of using relative layouts is that it is difficult to maintain consistency across a website. It is difficult to keep track of how a site will look on different devices and browsers. This can lead to a site that looks great on one device while being broken on another device.
Have a friend to whom you would want to share this course?