RecylerView Animation

In earlier tutorials we had learned implementation of RecyclerView. Now in this tutorial we will move to RecyclerView Animation part. The best thing of RecyclerView is that it provide inbuilt animations but the ListView and GridView don’t provide inbuilt animation. Now to implement the Animation in RecyclerView it provide some methods that we need to use: notifyItemRemoved(position) […]

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Getting Battery Details

The main objective of this article is to help you to get all the details of the Battery in Android. Sometimes you need to read battery status and do some task on it. So today we will learn how to fetch all battery details. VIDEO DEMO 1. Create a new project in Android Studio by navigating to […]

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Android Contextual Action Mode Over Toolbar

You have seen Action Mode Menu in many apps like Whatsapp, Hike, Gmail, etc. while selecting multiple chats/emails on long press i.e. called Action Mode What is Action Mode? It represents a contextual mode of the user interface. Action modes can be used to provide alternative interaction modes and replace parts of the normal UI until […]

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Navigation View-Material Design Support Library Tutorial

Google I/O 2015 has brought a whole new set of tools for Android Developers which are meant to make our lives easier. I´d like to devote a set of articles to talk about the incredibly useful Design Support Library. For Material Design tutorial check this link. Navigation View In this article, I’ll start talking about […]

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Android Toolbar Animation Using Design Support Library

With the new Design support library for Android, it has become easier for us to create some great animations with minimal effort. We have seen WhatsApp profile view design with user image hide on scrolling. For that we need Design Support Library. In one of my earlier tutorial i had shown how to hide and show […]

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Android NavigationDrawer

You might have noticed that lot of android applications introduced a sliding panel menu to navigate between major modules of the application. Previously this kind of UI was done using some third party libraries where a list view and some swiping gestures used to achieve this. But now android itself officially introduced sliding panel menu […]

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Android ToolBar

Android’s new operating system named Android Lollipop, is highly focused on rich user experience and what they called it as material design. In this example we will take a look at the new Actionbar replacement called Toolbar. What is Toolbar? Toolbar is a complete replacement to Android ActionBar. It provides greater control to customize its […]

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