Android StackScrollLayout

I need help creating a Layout like the one Android uses to render notifications inside it’s notification Panel.

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    Any suggestions or ideas are appreciated. Thanks!

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    1-Include the view inside your layout xml

    <com.bartoszlipinski.flippablestackview.FlippableStackView
        android:id="@+id/stack"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent" />
    

    2-FlippableStackView is based on the specific PageTransformer used with the ViewPager. Therefore to fill the View you can use just a typical implementation of a PagerAdapter. In your onCreate method (or onCreateView for a fragment), setup all the parameters of the FlippableStackView.

     FlippableStackView stack = (FlippableStackView) findViewById(R.id.stack);
        stack.initStack(2);
        stack.setAdapter(mStackAdapter);
            //assuming mStackAdapter contains your initialized adapter
    

    3-Important Note: The current implementation of the library will display the elements from the Adapter in the reverse order. In other words: view at position 0 of your adapter will be displayed at the bottom of the stack and view at position adapter.getCount()-1 will be visible first (available for the first flip).

    for a working example and reference check the library here
    FlippableStackView

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