According to the swift official documentation
Closures are self-contained blocks of functionality that can be passed around and used in your code.
They are similar to lambda in other languages and can be used in higher order functions.
In swift, you can represent a function as a variable using closure.
In this final part, we will send the download request, retrieve the downloaded media and also play the media offline.
To grasp this concepts you need to read the Part one of this post Downloading Media through Exoplayer Part 1
We will not only be caching the media for offline playback, but we will also be storing some of the media’s metadata with it. To do that, we use DownloadHelper class and the request is sent using the DownloadService sendAddDownload static method.
The DownloadService also has a static method for pausing and resuming downloads.
Below is a method for retrieving all the downloaded items.
Having retrieved the cached media item, we can now play them.
The Wearable UI Library includes the
WearableRecyclerViewclass, which is a
RecyclerViewimplementation for creating lists optimized for wearable devices. You can use this interface in your wearable app by creating a new
Wearable recyclerview is used to create a circular layout and is an alternative…