Depending on the rating system you use, the rating bar can wrap the content, or not. This article will show you how to programmatically adjust the width of a rating-bar in Android. First, let’s define rating-bar. It’s a standard Android component that wraps content and can be set to show or hide stars. You can customize its methods once you have defined what it is supposed to do.
To implement a RatingBar, you need to extend the SeekBar class. The RatingBar class provides a modal window that shows a user’s rating in stars. Users can touch or drag the RatingBar to set a rating. However, smaller RatingBar styles don’t support user interaction. You can choose an indicator style that doesn’t require user interaction if you don’t require user interaction. You can also set the number stars by using the setNumStars() function. If your layout width is set to wrap content, you’ll be able to see the rating bar in your app.
In Android, a RatingBar is an extension of the ProgressBar and SeekBar classes. It displays a user’s rating in stars and also provides the ability to set the value of a rating. The RatingBar class, which is a subclass of the AbsSeekBar classes, can be set by users. The getRating() method will return a floating-point number. The RatingBar will only appear if the user has given it an rating.