This demo shows How to use Swipe to Refresh in ListViews and ListViewFragments. You can download the complete Android Studio Source Code at the end of the Post. 1. Using ListFragment 2. Using SwipeRefreshListFragment You can download the complete Android Studio Source Code from here. You can send your valuable comments @email@example.com.
Hello everyone… Today’s post is about simply loading the ListView with some alphabetically sorted data BUT with the first alphabet overlay over them when you scroll. It’s same as the overlay you see when a user scrolls through the contacts application. SO Let’s start with the code. At first I will create a class that holds the array… Read More »
Like my previous posts animation chapter is again continued. This time the animation in on a ListView from Bottom to Top. You have already seen animations from Top to Bottom in my previous posts. See some of my posts here. All animation posts from CoderzHeaven is here Click on the download link at the bottom to download the… Read More »
Here is a simple example for cascade animation of a listview in android. We use these classes for achieving this. 1. AnimationSet Represents a group of Animations that should be played together. The transformation of each individual animation are composed together into a single transform. If AnimationSet sets any properties that its children also set (for example, duration… Read More »
This is so simple 1. Go to your Google + account (https://plus.google.com/). 2. Click on the Profile icon on the Left. 3. If you look at the URL in the address bar, it should look something like this: https://plus.google.com/104653270154306099169/posts 4. The long numerical string in the URL is your Google+ ID. Here is CoderzHeaven’s from the URL above:… Read More »
Hello all…… I have written a lost of posts on Listviews. You can see that by just searching Listviews in my site. Today I will show you how to create a slide out animation while we delete a row from a ListView. So this is the xml that contains the ListView. Let it be in the main.xml main.xml… Read More »
To create a list of multiple-choice items (checkboxes) or single-choice items (radio buttons) inside the dialog, use the setMultiChoiceItems() and setSingleChoiceItems() methods, respectively. If you create one of these selectable lists in the onCreateDialog() callback method, Android manages the state of the list for you. As long as the Activity is active, the dialog remembers the items that… Read More »
We can create a dialog with custom alert dialog with our xml in android. But for making simple alerts we can make custom alerts through code itself. Here is a simple function for this. Here I am having a Listview and an edittext with two buttons in the alertBox. Please leave your valuable comments on this post.
Hi all…… Here is a simple example of expandandable ListView in ANDROID. But I am not going to explain any code, because everything is explained inside the java file. Make sure to read it. The main.xml file. The child_row.xml The group_row.xml The strings.xml (This file contains the string for the color that is used for text in the… Read More »