Binding Android ListView with Custom Objects using ArrayAdapter

In my previous tutorial Binding Android ListView with String Array using ArrayAdapter, I have shown you how you can bind the Android ListView control with an array of String objects. Although it was a very simple implementation, but it was useful for those who are just starting learning Android application development. As an Android developer, soon you will realize that showing simple Strings in the ListView is not what you exactly want in real-world  Android Apps, and you will often find yourself dealing with collections  of custom Java objects. In this tutorial, I have decided to show you how you can bind Android ListView with custom objects using ArrayAdapter.
Binding Android ListView with Custom Objects using ArrayAdapter

Binding Android ListView with Custom Objects using ArrayAdapter

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