Android Data Binding Library suggest change

Data Binding Library

Versions

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Remarks

Setup

Before using data binding, you must enable the plugin in your build.gradle.

android {
    ....
    dataBinding {
        enabled = true
    }
}

Note: Data binding was added to the Android Gradle plugin in version 1.5.0

Binding class names

The data binding plugin generates a binding class name by converting your layout’s file name to Pascal case and adding “Binding” to the end. Thus item_detail_activity.xml will generate a class named ItemDetailActivityBinding.

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