Category Archives for Android

XML Parsing Using SAX Parser

Android provides the facility to parse the xml file using different parsers such as SAX, DOM, etc. The SAX parser cannot be used to create the XML file, It can be used to parse the XML file only. Parsing is an important part in any development cycle and so it is very important in android as […]

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Android Wear Introduction

Android Wear expands the Android platform to wearables. We are beginning this discussion with a well known wearable – watches. You’ve already heard about Android Wear: Watches, Moto360 and all. It focuses on timely information, delivered when it is most relevant. 

In this tutorial we will learn Android Wear aspects through setting up your IDE. […]

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Elevation Effects Introduced In Android5.0

Giving your view a bit of elevation in response to user touch is actually a nice idea to make your view feel material. In Android 5.0 you can easily do this with android:stateListAnimator. It looks like a regular selector, but instead of state drawables you can specify custom objectAnimator which will start an animation when […]

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DayDream – Part2

This tutorial is all about creating your own Dream by Implementing DremService class. You can create custom DayDream by implementing this class in your application. DreamService is added in API Level 17 and you can extend it to create custom DayDream. LifeCycle of the DreamService is as follows: onAttachedToWindow() Use this for initial setup, such […]

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DayDream – An Interactive Screensaver Mode

The DayDream is an interactive screensaver mode which comes with Android 4.2 JellyBean. DayDream begins when user’s gadget is docked or charging. In this mode, the framework dispatches a DayDream – a remote content service gave by an installed application – as the gadget screensaver. DayDream is one aspect that users can alter in their […]

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Custom Toggle Button

Toggle buttons are an extraordinary method for getting user data when we require just either yes or no from the user. Actually, when we require user enter into the boolean structure toggle buttons can come into the picture. Adding a toggle button to your perspective and getting its status is simple, you can explore more […]

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Text Clock Widget Example

By using TextClock user will be able to display the current date and time as a formatted string using android.widget.TextClock, introduced in API level 17. This will follow the 24-hour format system. In that capacity, there are possibilities and recommendation to give two different formatting examples: one to show the date/time in 24-hour mode and […]

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Controlling, Crawling And Indexing – Getting Started

Web indexes for the most part experience two fundamental stages to make content accessible for users in search result: crawling and indexing. Crawing is when web crawlers get to freely accessible site pages. All in all, this includes taking a gander at the pages and emulating the connections on those pages, generally as a human […]

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Part2 – App Indexing To Connect Your Android App

As mobile apps become more pervasive, users are looking for relevant information not only from web sites but also from apps they have installed. You can enable Google to crawl through your app content and present your Android app as a destination to users through Google Search results, when that content corresponds to a web […]

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App Indexing To Connect Your Android App

Google announced that they can now index the content within Android apps. The mechanism for doing so, they call, is app indexing. App indexing allows webmasters to connect pages from your web sites with specific content within your Android app. This enables Android smartphone users who have your app installed to open it directly from […]

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