Android Spinner

Spinner is a widget similar to a drop-down list for selecting items. Example In this example I will show you how to implement Simple and Custom Spinner in Android. VIDEO DEMO Let’s get start by creating a project in Eclipse IDE. 1. Create a new project in Eclipse by navigating to File ⇒ New Android ⇒ Application […]

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Android StackView

StackView helps in arranging items in the form of stacked cards, where the front item can be flipped to bring the item behind it to the front. In addition to images, you can stack objects composed of text and other data, too. Example In this example I will show how to make use of stack images in […]

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Android Animation

Animation takes some parameters such as start value , end value, size , time duration , rotation angle e.t.c and perform the required animation on that object. It can be applied to any type of object. So in order to use this , android has provided us a class called Animation. In order to perform […]

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Android TextSwitcher

A TextSwitcher is a specialized ViewSwitcher that contains only children of type TextView. A TextSwitcher is useful to animate a label on screen. Whenever setText(CharSequence) is called, TextSwitcher animates the current text out and animates the new text in. To learn Basic of Android Animation  go to  Android Animation Tutorial. Two types animations are required for  […]

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Android ImageSwitcher with Gallery

A ImageSwitcheris a specialized ViewSwitcher that contains only children of type ImageView. A ImageSwitcher is useful to animate an Image on screen. ImageSwitcher switches smoothly between two images and thus provides a way of transitioning from one Image to another through appropriate animations. Example In this example i will demonstrate you how to work on ImageSwitcher […]

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Android ViewFlipper

ViewFlipper is an extension class of ViewAnimator, which animates between two or more views that have been added to it. Specfically, only one child is shown at a time. To learn Basic of Android Animation  go to  Android Animation Tutorial. To get a better understanding, suppose that we have two TextViews that will be used in […]

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Android Fragments

What are fragments? A fragment is an independent Android component which can be used by an activity. A fragment encapsulates functionality so that it is easier to reuse within activities and layouts. A fragment runs in the context of an activity, but has its own life cycle and typically its own user interface. It is […]

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