Tag Archives: Implements

How to pass an Object from One Activity to another in Android.

Hello all This is a simple post that shows How to pass an Object from One Activity to another in Android. I am going to pass the following object from One Activity to another. MyObject{ String name; String website; } This is the class that defines the Object. This is the first activity that sends the object to… Read More »

Dynamically Adding, Removing, Toggling and Removing all ActionBar Tabs in Android – Part 2?

Hi all.. In today’s post I will show you how to add actionbar tabs dynamically, remove one by one , hide and unhide them, removing all tabs at once etc. This simple java code does that. First create a project and in the MainActivity, paste this. You may be getting many errors, we will be resolving all that… Read More »

How to read and write files to SDCARD and application SandBox in Android – A complete example?

Here is a complete example of How to read and write files to SDCARD and application SandBox in Android. First create a new project and inside the mainActivity paste this code. Now create another class named MyFile.java and copy this code into it. Now the layout for the xml file. Note you should give this permission in the… Read More »

How to stream an audio in Android?

This is a simple example to how to stream an audio in android. Here is the java code for that. This is the xml that contains the button. When you run this program you will see a button and on clicking on that button you will see a dialog with message “Buffering…..”. Once the buffering is complete the… Read More »

Serialization in Android – A Simple example.

Serializing a class file provides a fast and efficeint way to store information produced by your application! What is serialization? Serialization is essentually taking a screenshot of a class file and its contents. For example, lets say you have the following class: Now we will save this data to a file in the SDCARD. Make sure to add… Read More »

How to use Accelerometer in Android?

This is a simple post showing how to use accelerometer in android. This java code prints the values of x,y and z axis in the console. Leave your comments on this post. Find Coderzheaven on facebook, twitter , google Plus and MySpace for more updates.

How to Sort a String array in Android.

Hello all…. This is a simple example showing how to sort a string array which is a arraylist in android. we sort the array using the “Collections” class in android. Here is a simple example Take a look at the LogCat for the output.

How to create a custom layout for your camera in Android?

Hello everyone, Today’s example shows how to create a custom layout for your camera preview, that is if you want a custom layout while your camera is opening. This example helps you to achieve this. First create a fresh project and name it CameraCustomLayout and copy this code to CameraCustomLayout.java file. After that create an xml file named… Read More »

How to show a sliding window from below in Android?

Hello everyone, I have already showed you how to use a SlidingViewer to create a slidingWindow. Today I will show another way to create such a window with the help of animation. Please check one of my previous posts to do this in another way. How to show a sliding window from below in Android? Check this new… Read More »

SlidingDrawer in Android, A simple example.

Sliding-Drawer in a nice and useful widget in android. Please check one of my previous posts to do this in another way. How to show a sliding window from below in Android? Check this new One using Navigation Drawer About Sliding drawer SlidingDrawer hides content out of the screen and allows the user to drag a handle to… Read More »

How to get the current progress on your SeekBar in android?

I have already shown how to use seekBar in android. This simple snippet helps you to get the current progress in the seekbar. It’s same code from this post, only thing is I added the getProgress method. Check the Logcat for the current progress or the TextView in which I am showing. Take the xml from the This… Read More »

How to use SeekBar in ANDROID?

Here is a simple example to show how to use seek Bar in android. Create a new project and place this code in it. The main.xml file The strings.xml file. Here is another example to show How to get the current progress on your SeekBar in android? Please leave your valuable cmments

Simple View Animation in ANDROID?

Hi all….. In this post I will show you a simple animation using a textView. It’s really simple. Steps. 1. Create a fresh project and copy this java code into it. 2. Create a folder named “anim” inside the res folder and create a file named “animation.xml” and copy this code into it. 3. copy this code to… Read More »

Android dialog with ListView

For implementing a ListView, we first create a xml which contains a ListView named list.xml Next we create a Dialog Object and inflate the above xml and when the listItem is clicked then a Alert Dialog windows comes The java file is listed below The alert window look like this When the Item is selected then

How to use progress bar dialogs and custom Dialogs in ANDROID?

Hi, In most situations we have to use progress bar dialogs, Alert View Dialogs and Our own custom Dialogues in our applications. In most situations the built in dialogs may be enough but in certain other situations we have to build our own dialogs for better user experience. But still there is problem people don’t know how to… Read More »

Text to speech in ANDROID, A Simple Example.

Hello everyone…….. In this simple example I will show you how to use Text To Speech in ANDROID. This is one of the unique features in ANDROID. Unlike iPhone , ANDROID has a built in TTS Library which supports many languages. But iPhone doesn’t have this feature. They have to depend on third-party software for implementing this. Now… Read More »

Using Gestures in ANDROID,A Simple example.

This is a really simple example illustrating gestures in ANDROID. You Know that everything you do with your hand inside the phone is a gesture like SingleTap, doubleTap etc. Here is a quick illustration of this. For this the activity must implement OnGestureListener. The GestureDetector detects the gestures. Let’s look at the example. The layout file main.xml for… Read More »