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Does your App Support Android 4.0? Think Again

Think your app supports Android 4.0 just because you support 2.2 or 2.3? Maybe not. If your app uses a few common Java classes, you may want to double check your app on several 4.0 ...
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Android Broadcast Receiver – Change in flow since API 3.1

Prior to API 3.1 we could have a broadcast receiver which could have been invoked by an implicit intent even if the application to which it belonged was in stopped state. But this ...
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Java Swing to Android

Here is a quick, brief 10,000ft overview/observations on Android from a Swing developers point of view. Firstly if your coming to Android from Swing you are approaching it with a big ...
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SQL Lite Performance on Android

For those who are unaware, Android has some build-in classes to support the use of SQL Lite databases. It provides a great way to structure a small amount of data within Android. ...
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Android – Load WebView with ProgressBar

Problem: How to load WebView with ProgressBar? Description: Previously, i have published an article for Android – WebViewClient example where we have discussed about how to load ...
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Android – Read file from Assets

Description: First of all, let me give you a link: AssetManager, through this class we can easily access any files lying inside the Assets directory of android application. (or any ...
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Learning Android: Freezing the UI with a BroadcastReceiver

As I mentioned in a previous post I recently wrote some code in my Android app to inform a BroadcastReceiver whenever a service processed a tweet with a link in it but in implementing ...
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Learning Android: Getting a service to communicate with an activity

In the app I’m working on I created a service which runs in the background away from the main UI thread consuming the Twitter streaming API using twitter4j. It looks like this: public ...
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Android Drag and Drop Tutorial

This post is going to cover implementing Drag and Drop in an Android application. (I am currently using version 4.0 of the sdk, but I originally wrote the code in this series with the ...
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Android Tutorial: Gestures in your app

Gestures in mobile apps are pretty common place these days. Almost anyone with smart phone experience knows that pinching will usually zoom in on an image. Now, using Gestures in Android ...
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