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Android Google Maps v2 Tutorial

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The great power of mobile applications software, is that it gives us the opportunity to develop many ideas that use hardware features, in order to complete simple everyday tasks. One idea that is implemented in a very good way in the mobile applications world, is the use of maps and the location based applications, that help us in multiple ways ...

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Android Google Places Autocomplete API Example

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In the example, we are going to see how can we use one of the most famous, public, social APIs, The Google Places API. The Google Places API allows you to query for place information on a variety of categories, such as: establishments, prominent points of interest, geographic locations, and more. You can search for places either by proximity or ...

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Android Google Plus Login Example

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In this example, we are going to see how can we use one of the most famous, public, social APIs, The Google Plus API. The Google Plus API allows you to connect with more users by integrating social into your Android app. With Google Plus API you can add Google+ sign-In to your Android application and improve registration and sign-in ...

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Android Dropbox Implementation Example

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1. Creating a Dropbox Application Visit https://www.dropbox.com/developers/apps and after signing-in with an existing account, click on the “Create app” button, on the top right corner. Configure the app like below and click on “Create App”:         Once the app is created, you will be redirected to its dashboard, where you can find all the useful parameters. In ...

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Android Google Analytics v4 Example

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Google Analytics is a service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about a website’s traffic and traffic sources. It’s the most widely used website statistics service. However, nowadays, that mobile applications traffic has increased, detailed statistics from mobile platforms are also very important. Google Analytics for mobile applications can measure user behavior in your app from installs to engagement ...

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Android Physical Keys Example

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Every Android device is provided with physical keys. In the wide variety of Android mobile devices, we may meet devices with three or four physical or virtual keys, however the default and most common pattern nowadays, are the three basic soft keys, which are the back button KEYCODE_BACK, the home button KEYCODE_HOME, and the menu button KEYCODE_MENU. Android devices, in ...

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Android Barcode and Qr Scanner Example

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Every Android mobile device, has the ability to read QR codes as well as scanning barcodes to bring a lot of product information, of help us visit a website url, or storing a Contact inside our device’s memory. In this example, we are going to see how the Android Barcode and Qr Scanner is implemented via the use of the ...

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Android Video Capture Example

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In a simple and modern Android application, it is becoming very common, that the camera is used not only to capture basic portraits and landscape views, but also to be used for other reasons, for instance to capture video, produce small video clips and rendering them under various alternations, either to post on social media or for personal use. The ...

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Android Canvas Example

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Android provides a set of APIs for 2D-drawing that allow you to render your custom graphics on a canvas or modify the existing Views. When drawing 2D graphics, you have two choices to work with: Draw your graphics or animations into a View object from your layout. In this way, the drawing of your graphics is handled by the system’s ...

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Android Google Places API Example

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In the example, we are going to see how can we use one of the most famous, public, social APIs, The Google Places API. The Google Places API allows you to query for place information on a variety of categories, such as: establishments, prominent points of interest, geographic locations, and more. You can search for places either by proximity or ...

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