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Android Camera Example

In our previous Android Example, we tried to explain the use of Android SurfaceView through a simple camera application. In the meantime, we realized how important is the “camera ...

Android SurfaceView Example

In Android, all simple layout views are all drawn on the same GUI thread which is also used for all user interaction. So if we need to update GUI rapidly or if the rendering takes too ...

Android Cursor Example

In Android programming, storing data into a database is not a common practice, as we have other and most suitable methods to store our data, such as the SharedPreferences way. However, ...

Android Bundle Example

As we have seen in our previous example Android StartActivityForResult Example, in Android, the Intent describes the activity to be executed. An Intent contains certain header, action ...

Android startActivityForResult Example

In Android, the startActivity(Intent) method is used to start a new activity, which will be placed at the top of the activity stack. It takes a single argument, an Intent, which describes ...

Android TimerTask Example

In this example, we are going to see, how a java.util method, can help us deal with timer recurring tasks that are scheduled with either a fixed period or a fixed rate on Android. We ...

Android Calendarview Example

When we want to create an Android application that has an Android Activity inside of which we are planning to use a calendar, or if we want to make a simple calendar like application, ...

Android ListActivity Example

ListActivity is a subclass of Activity that includes a ListView object. Through ListActivity class you can create an activity in your Android application that can be connected to different ...

Android ViewFlipper Example

ViewFlipper is an extension class of ViewAnimator, which animates between two or more views that have been added to it. Specfically, only one child is shown at a time. To get a better ...

Android Menu Example

Hey guys! Today we ‘re gonna see how to create a Menu with icon items, which on click, fire a respective to them message. What differentiates this article from other similars, ...
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