Tag Archives: Public String

How to call a function using a String in Android and also pass parameters along with it.

By | December 5, 2012

Hi all … Today’s post is all about calling functions using Simple Strings. Here we will do two things. 1. Call a function without parameters. 2. Call a function with parameters. This is the class which contains the functions that we are going to call using “simple Strings”. Now this is the main activity that… Read More »

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

By | November 5, 2012

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… Read More »

Serialization in Android – A Simple example.

By | July 25, 2012

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… Read More »

Select an Image from gallery in ANDROID and show it in an ImageView.

By | April 20, 2012

Hi all In this tutorial I will show you how to get an image from your phone gallery and show it in an imageview. Here we use intents to open up the image gallery and get the image URI. Set the image type as “image” to get only the images. on onActivityResult if the result… Read More »

Uploading audio, video or image files from Android to server

By | March 29, 2012

Hello everyone, Check out the popular posts from Coderzheaven.com Uploading and Downloading of files – Popular and Useful posts from CoderzHeaven In one of the previous posts I have shown one method to upload an image in android. Here is another method to upload a media file like images,audio or video in android. Here is… Read More »

Saving TextFile to SDCARD in android?

By | January 29, 2012

Hello android lovers, In today’s tutorial I will show you how to 1. Create a text file and save a textfile in your SDCARD in your preferred path. 2. Read the contents from the same file and show it in a TextView. For writing a file we use the FileWriter class and for reading the… Read More »

How to save data or score in Android Cocos2D?

By | January 21, 2012

Hello Friends Today I will show you how to save data in cocos2D android in a database and reload it when the game starts. This has been always a problem withe game developers for cocos2D android. I will show you a way to save almost any number of data in a database using SQlite in… Read More »

How to encrypt a string in Android Using Base64?

By | January 9, 2012

Please check the LogCat for output. Join the Forum discussion on this post

How to create a custom ListView in android?

By | October 13, 2011

Hello all….. In today’s tutorial I will show you how to create a custom listview in android. For that we need 3java files. One holding the ListView itself another a Model object that holds the data for the listview and the third one for the Adapter which extends the ArrayAdapter class for holding the model.… Read More »

How to create a MD5 hash of a word in android?

By | September 3, 2011

This is one of the most useful things in android. We can use the MD5 algorithm to create a hash of any string we want. Here is the code for doing that. Check the LogCat for output. Please leave your valuable comments on this post.

How to get information about all the applications installed in your ANDROID Emulator or Phone? / How to use getPackageManager() in ANDROID ?

By | April 3, 2011

Hi all, In this tutorial I will show you how to get the information about all the applications installed in your ANDROID phone. What you have to do is create a ANDROID project inside the package pack.GetAllInstalledApplications amd name the java file “GetAllInstalledApplicationsExample.java” and copy the following code into it. Here the “getPackageManager().getInstalledPackages(0);” gets information… Read More »