Tag Archives: Programmatically

How to crop an Image in Android?

By | December 15, 2012

This is a sample program that launches the camera and crop the captured image. Check this link to another crop image example. https://www.coderzheaven.com/2011/03/15/crop-an-image-in-android/ This is the layout xml. activity_main.xml Now this is the Main Java File that implements the crop functionality. Here we are using the “com.android.camera.action.CROP” Intent to crop the Image passing the captured Image URI to… Read More »

How to add a new contact programmatically in android?

By | June 18, 2012

We all know how to add a new contact to our android devices without programming right. OK that’s a normal man’s use. But what from a programmer’s view. This is the sample java code that helps you to add contact programatically. After running this programs please switch to contacts application on your device to see the result. Please… Read More »

Simulating a call or SMS in your ANDROID Emulator – A simple Method

By | April 14, 2011

Hello all….. I have already covered this in another tutorial (click here for that post), but there I didn’t mention this method of simulating a call or SMS in android emulator. Let’s see how to do this… First start your emulator. Wait until it is Home. Then in Eclipse go to DDMS perspective. Look at the screenshot. Then… Read More »

Crop an Image in ANDROID.

By | March 15, 2011

Cropping an image in ANDROID programmatically has always been a problem for ANDROID developers. So Here I am putting a sample code to demonstrate this. For cropping an image in ANDROID we need a source bitmap which is our image itself, the other one is the target bitmap which we have to set the size as we want… Read More »

Using GridView in ANDROID….

By | March 9, 2011

GridViews are those in which you can arrange elements in a two dimensional grid. It is what you see in the gallery where images are arranged. Here images are arranged in a two dimensional grid. Copy the below code and save it as “MyGridView.java” Now create another file named “Images.java” and copy the below code to it. Note:… Read More »