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Android Data Binding Tutorial

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This post describes one of the most interesting feature in Android recently introduced and still in beta version: Android Data Binding. Using data binding, you create a link between the presentation layer (the app UI) and the underlying data model that holds the information you want to show. The UI widgets content like TextView, EditText and so on are somehow ...

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Set up Jenkins for Android projects

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Nowadays continuous integration is a must for Android application development. Jenkins plugins make it a lot easier to go with continuous integration while developing your Android application. First we must install the Gradle plugin for Jenkins.               The we must install the Android emulator plugin for Jenkins. We have to install Gradle on jenkins: ...

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Internet of Things: Arduino, Android, ESB

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Internet of things (IoT) is one of the most emerging topic and one of the most discussed lately. When talking about IoT, we mean a set of smart objects that are connected together and can exchange information. In this way it is possible, for example, to create a set of sensors and we can use it through our smartphones. In ...

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Internet of Things with Android and Arduino: Control remote Led

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This post describes how to control a remote Led using Arduino and Android. Nowadays a new emerging technology is Internet of Things (IoT): in other words all the physical objects (things)  are connected together  using internet infrastructure. Arduino is one of the most important object in this ecosystem. In this post, we will explore how to integrate Android with Arduino ...

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How to show a Toast for a specific duration in Android

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In the Android SDK, an android.widget.Toast is a small message that pops up at the bottom of the screen to display an information. The toast will disappears by itself after a specified duration. Here is an example of what a toast looks like and how to display one :           Context context = getApplicationContext(); Toast.makeText(context, "Hello ...

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Android Google map: Add weather data

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This post describes how to add weather layer to google map. We want to add weather information to a map so that we can have a look about clouds, temperature, pressure and so on. In the previous post we talked about how to get weather information and how to parse the data to create a UI, now we want to ...

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NFC Android: Read NDEF Tag

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In this post we want to describe how to read NFC tag. Android SDK provides a set of API that can be used to read the NFC payload, anyway if we look at the NFC spec we can notice there are several type of payload depending on the type of the tag. Android SDK doesn’t provide any support to parse ...

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First steps with NFC in Android

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This post describes how to use NFC in Android. The NFC technology stands for Near Field Communication and you can find the specification at NFC Forum. In this first post, we will analyse some basic aspects of NFC and we will describe how we can implement an app in Android that handles NFC tags. If you want to experiment NFC, ...

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