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 @firstname.lastname@example.org.
Navigation Drawer The navigation drawer is a panel that transitions in from the left edge of the screen and displays the app’s main navigation options. Displaying the navigation drawer Creating a Navigation Drawer The user can bring the navigation drawer onto the screen by swiping from the left edge of the screen or by touching… Read More »
I have already shown some examples with ActionBar. This is the example showing how to start with ActionBar in android. 1. Android removes the need of Menu button from devices with ActionBar. 2. How to start with ActionBar in Android? 3. Dynamically Adding, Removing, Toggling and Removing all ActionBar Tabs in Android – Part 2?… Read More »
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… Read More »
With Android 3.0 Google eliminated the need of hardware menu button which is replaced by Action Bars. Here is a quick example on how to use ActionBars. First create a new project and name it ActionBarExample. Now create a folder named “menu” in res folder and create a new XML file inside it named “action_bar_menu.xml”.… Read More »
This is a simple example of creating options Menu in ANDROID. This menu can be seen by clicking on the “Menu Button” in ANDROID. Check out this example. The main.xml for the above code is