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Android

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 Custom Fonts Tutorial

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In android, you can define your own custom fonts for the strings in your application. You just need to download the required font from the internet, and then place it in assets/fonts folder. After putting fonts in the assets folder under fonts folder, you can access it in your java ...

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Android Speech To Text Tutorial

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Android comes with an inbuilt feature speech to text through which you can provide speech input to your app. With this you can add some of the cool features to your app like adding voice navigation(Helpful when you are targeting disabled people), filling a form with voice input etc., In ...

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Android WebView Example

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WebView is a view that display web pages inside your application. You can also specify HTML string and can show it inside your application using WebView. WebView makes turns your application to a web application. In order to add WebView to your application, you have to add <WebView> element to ...

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Android – Make Phone Calls

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Android provides Built-in applications for phone calls, in some occasions we may need to make a phone call through our application. This could easily be done by using implicit Intent with appropriate actions. Also, we can use PhoneStateListener and TelephonyManager classes, in order to monitor the changes in some telephony ...

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Android Working with XML Animations

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Adding animations to your app interface will give high quality feel to your android applications. Animations can be performed through either XML or android code. In this tutorial i explained how to do animations using XML notations. I will explain how to do the same using android java code in ...

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Android Fragments

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Android Fragment is the part of activity, it is also known as sub-activity. There can be more than one fragment in an activity. Fragments represent multiple screen inside one activity.It is a piece of an activity which enable more modular activity design. Features of Fragment: 1) You can add or ...

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Android Notifications

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A notification is a message you can display to the user outside of your application’s normal UI.¬†Android allows to put notification into the titlebar of your application. The user can expand the notification bar and by selecting the notification the user can trigger another activity.When you tell the system to ...

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How to implement Android Splesh Screen

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Android splash screen are normally used to show user some kind of progress before the app loads completely. Some people uses splash screen just to show case their app / company logo for a couple of second. In this tutorial we are going to learn how to implement splash screen ...

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Android Developing Flashlight Application

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I am going to demonstrate developing a simple android application. This application is about turning on and off device flashlight / torchlight with simple touch. Please note that this app is targeted to mobile devices only, i am not sure how this app looks in tablet devices.

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Android Content Providers Example

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A content provider component supplies data from one application to others on request. Such requests are handled by the methods of the ContentResolver class. A content provider can use different ways to store its data and the data can be stored in a database, in files, or even over a ...

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