Monthly Archives: July 2016

Simple Example on using CAMERA Access permission in Android Marshmallow.

By | July 29, 2016

Below example asks for camera permission in an Android Marshmallow Device. Add Camera permission to the manifest For asking for permission you can call like this. To Check if the user has permission to access camera. Now the Callback if the User has performed any action. if the user clicks “Never ask again” then check… Read More »

Apple MapKit – Loading Maps, Finding User Location, Searching for a Location, Adding Annotation, Interacting with Annotations, Drawing Lines in Maps, Adding Circle, Showing Route between two locations.

By | July 25, 2016

In this demo we will be doing the following things using Apple MapKit and Google Maps API. Load Maps Add Annotation Search for a Location Decode an Address Find route between locations For starting we will add a MapView to the Storyboard and hook it to a variable named mapView. You can simply run the… Read More »

In-App Purchase in iOS

By | July 20, 2016

In-App purchase is a way of selling digital content from inside the apps. This helps the app developers to sell their apps for free and monetize the app in a clean and efficient way. In-App purchase has been a major source of revenue for Apple and Developers almost similar to Paid Apps. Below are the… Read More »

Shell Script to find the count of words in a file with no Vowels.

By | July 9, 2016

Below is the sample program that displays the count of words from a file that doesn’t contain any vowel in it. First create a script file using terminal. Open terminal and go to your desired folder and type in the command line. vi my_script This will create a script file named “my_script” in your current… Read More »

Analysing, Inspecting and Generating Code Reports using SonarQube in Android Studio

By | July 1, 2016

SonarQube, formerly known as Sonar, is a platform to analyze code quality. Installing SonarQube Go to http://www.sonarqube.org/downloads/ and download the latest release. Unzip the archive to the directory of your choice. Starting SonarQube Go to your downloaded SonarQube. Open bin/[folder corresponding to your OS] Open up a terminal window and navigate to bin/[folder corresponding to… Read More »