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Learn the basics of Android and Java programming. This class is designed for students who are new to programming and want to build Android apps.

Android Activity Launch Modes

Launch mode is an instruction for Android OS which specifies how the activity should be launched. It instructs how any new activity should be associated with the current task. Before moving further you first need to understand about very important topics- 1. Tasks 2. Back Stack Tasks A task is ...

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Binding JavaScript and Android Code – Example

When developing a web application that’s designed specifically for the WebView in your Android application, you can create interfaces between your JavaScript code and client-side Android code. For example, your JavaScript code can call a method in your Android code to display a Dialog, instead of using JavaScript’s alert() function. ...

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Custom Font in android

In this post, we’ll look at a generalized approach, which is more complex, but also more suitable for a repeated use of custom fonts. Extending TextView We’ll create a new Java class, which extends TextView. This allows us to use that class in all XML views. It inherits all functionality ...

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Music library for android

This is the music library for android. You can use this library by just download and import in your android project. In this library we provide you detailed list of song which is stored in your phone. Some methods are defined to get details of songs. Follow these steps to ...

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Login With Facebook Android Studio using Facebook SDK 4

Hello friends, welcome to our new tutorial. In this tutorial we will create a login with facebook android app using android studio and facebook sdk 4.0. So lets begin. Creating Android Project Open Android Studio and Click on File-> New ->New Project Give your application a name (in my case ...

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How to Get List of Installed Apps in Android


Android PackageManager class is used to retrieve information on the application packages that are currently installed on the device. You can get an instance of PackageManager class by calling getPackageManager(). PackageManager provides methods for querying and manipulating installed packages and related permissions, etc. In this Android example, we we get ...

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