This is a sample program that launches the camera and crop the captured image. Check this link to another crop image example. http://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 »
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? Now today I… Read More »
OK At first we will create the XML that contains a TextView. marqueetext.xml Now the java code Note : The XMl alone will not create the marquee. For that the most important thing is to do this in java code. Now run the project and see the result.
Actually this is really simple. I have already posted an example for how to download a file in this post. How to Download an image in ANDROID programatically? This is another one little different with a progressbar included. Previously I have shown three other methods to upload files to a server. Check these posts to refer this. 1.… Read More »
Hello all…. This post is also about uploading an image to server from your android device. Previously I have shown three other methods to upload an image to a server. Check these posts to refer this. 1. Uploading audio, video or image files from Android to server 2. How to Upload Multiple files in one request along with… 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.
In the previous post I have showed how to create gradient buttons in android using XML. This is how we do this in java code. This is another method of applying gradiant. Please leave your valuable comments.
Hello everyone, Today I will give you a simple tip on how to keep your screen on While your application is running in android. In Real devices the problem is you will loose some of the values in your variable when your device goes to sleep mode. To prevent this what we can do is to prevent the… Read More »
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 »
Hello everyone.. In one of my tutorials I have shown you how to upload an image in android.. In todays tutorial I will show you how to download an image into your phone programatically. I am just picking up an image url from google to show the download. Previously I have shown three other methods to upload files… Read More »
By adding a custom shape we can make the layout more attractive. For this we have to create a xml file and specify this in the main layout xml file First make a xml inside the drawable folder. Then in the main file specify this shape like this. The “category” is the name of the xml specifying the… Read More »
In many of our android applications we need images and other files to be inside your emulator, such as images in the gallery. But unlike iPhone we cannot simply drag and drop files inside the emulator., because iPhone’s is simply a simulator. It justs creates an envoronment for testing. But ANDROID mimics the real phone. So we need… Read More »
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 »
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 »
In android there are different layouts and we often confuse about which one to use. Even if we select one, it is little complicated. So this tutorials is to show you about the TableLayout Here i first created linear Layout in which a Table Layout is added Here you can see that the first row ie, the EditText… Read More »
Plist or property list are usually used for storing data in iPhone. They are normal XML files, you can open it in a texteditor to view it’s data. This sample code shows how to read data from the plist. Reading a plist will return an array.You can print out the array to view the results. NSString *path= [[NSBundle… Read More »
This code helps you to customize the spinner in ANDROID. For that you have to create an XML file inside your layout folder as shown below and name it spinner.xml. You can give all properties that are available for TextView inside this which is going to be then applied for your spinner. Now I will show you how… Read More »
This code helps yoy to set an item in your combobox(spinner) in ANDROID. Here my_spinner is the combobox which we call as spinner in ANDROID. Declare it in your XML file and link to it by using the following code…. my_spinner= (Spinner)findViewById(R.id.my_spinner); After that in your code set an item Listener for the spinner using the code below.… Read More »
Below is a straight forward example of how to deal with SQLite database in ANDROID. Go ahead and copy and paste the following code to your java file. The example has one database and performs functions like insert delete and listing of values in a textView. In the XML file set up a TableLayout with android:stretchColumns=”0,1″ and other… Read More »
You can check it by using the TestPoint function available for the Fixtures.
AIR treats the XML files as just as normal file and so you can proceed using the FileStream classs. Please take a look at the sample code. Just copy and paste the following code to your main.MXML file and you are done. Please post your comments on this post