Android Fingerprint Authentication

Android fingerprint authentication uses smartphone touch sensor to authenticate the user. Android Marshmallow has introduced a set of API that makes it easy to use the touch sensor. Before Android Marshmallow, the method to access the touch sensor was not standard. There are several benefits of using Android fingerprint authentication: 1. Doesn’t matter how sick […]

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Android working with Camera

Today we are going to learn how to capture image via Camera in Android. Integrating camera can be done in two ways. One is to use android inbuilt camera app which is very easy process. This method won’t give you much control over camera as everything is taken care by inbuilt camera app. This way […]

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Take a Screenshot programmatically in Android

Today we are going to learn how to take screenshot programatically in Android. It will help you if you want to share any screen from your app to WhatsApp, Facebook, Hangout or any other app. Before starting the article please go through Share Image and Text article it will help you in this article. Example […]

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Android Adding Search Functionality to List

Today we are going to learn how to add search functionality to ListView, GridView and RecyclerView. In this tutorial you can filter search list by multiple items. Prerequisite: Material Tabs Tutorial ListView Tutorial GridView Tutorial RecyclerView Tutorial Radio Button Tutorial VIDEO DEMO 1. Create a new project in Android Studio by navigating to File ⇒ New ⇒ New Project […]

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Android ListView RadioButton

In previous article  we learnt about how to use multiple choices in ListView. Today we are going to learn how to enable single choice/radio button in ListView, GridView and in RecyclerView using RadioButton, you’ll configure the ListView to display a radioButton next to each item. You can combine many components like TextView, RadioButton, ImageView, etc. and can […]

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Bottom Sheets Dialog in Android

One of the most significant changes to Android design was introduced during the 2014 Google I/O conference, material design. Even though Google had introduced a set of guidelines for their new design philosophy, developers were responsible for implementing the new patterns from scratch. As with many things in software development, the Design support library improved with time, adding support […]

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Lollipop Activity Transitions

One of the most interesting aspects of the Material Design specifications is the visual continuity between activities. With just a few lines of code, the new Lollipop APIs allow you to meaningfully transition between two activities. This breaks the classic activity boundaries of the previous Android versions and allows the user to understand how elements go from […]

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