Android Custom Toast

What is Toast? A Toast is a message that pops up on the surface of the window. It only fills the amount of space required for the message and the user’s current activity remains visible and interactive. The notification automatically fades in and out, and does not accept interaction events. Toast is transient notifications that […]

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Android RecyclerView

What is RecyclerView? Google’s upcoming operating system named Android L looks very promising. It 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 UI widget called RecyclerView. RecyclerView is more advanced and flexible and efficient version of ListView. RecyclerView […]

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Android JSON Maker

In last tutorial JSON Parser we learned how to parse JSON data from local file and from server. Sometimes we have to send data to server in JSON format like to store address in server database, etc. so for that we have to encode our data into JSON for server. For this Android provide us several […]

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Android making HTTP Requests

In most of the android applications it is essential that app may need to connect to internet and make some HTTP requests. In this tutorial i’ll be demonstrating about making simple HTTP Requests/Calls in Android. There are several steps in HTTP Requests. So read all steps one by one : 1. HTTP POST Creating HTTP Client […]

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Android JSON Parser

JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation.It is an independent data exchange format and is the best alternative for XML. JSON is very light weight, structured, easy to parse and much human readable. In this tutorial we are going to learn how to parse JSON in android. In this tutorial we will use Http Requests since […]

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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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Android SlidingDrawer

SlidingDrawer represents a widget, where we can use in our Android applications. SlidingDrawer has the ability to hide and/or appear content when the user drags a handle. More specifically, it includes two basic views: the handle where the user can drag. the hidden content that is associated with the handle and it is shown up […]

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