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Getting started with PhoneGap in Eclipse for Android

Android development with PhoneGap can be done in Windows, OS X, or Linux Step 1: Setting up Android Tools ADT Bundle – Just a single step to setup android development environment Step ...
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Android Studio Tutorial: Getting started with the new Android IDE

In May 15th, during Google’s I/O developer conference, a new developer suite called Android Studio was announced. It is a very powerful IDE based on the famous IntelliJ IDE. Android ...
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Installing Google Play on Android Emulator

The problem I wanted to install Google Play on emulator. Problem is no guide on the net could tell me precisely how to do this. I’m not sure why, it seemed that they worked with old ...
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Modal dialog (popup) from Android widget example

In this example we are going to see  how you can create an Android widget in the home screen that can open a pop up dialogue box. As you know, Android Widgets are small applications ...
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How to Integrate In App Purchase Billing in Android

Hello Friends! Today I am going to share very useful blog for In App Purchase in Android. Google provide In App Billing faculty in Android. In App Purchase is a very easy and secure ...
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Android Child Group Activity

Hello Friends, Today I am going to share very Important post for Child Group Activity, means activity open inside Tab Group. For this I use Animated Activity. This logic I picked from ...
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Android Tutorial: Using the ViewPager

Currently, one of the most popular Widgets in the Android library is the ViewPager.  It’s implemented in several of the most-used Android apps, like the Google Play app and one ...
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Android – Google TV Subtitle Support

One of the more frequent questions from users of Serenity for Google TV, is the ability to play back subtitles with the movie. Plex does provide the information if it is there, but ...
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Android Game Development with libgdx – Collision Detection, Part 4

This is the fourth part of the libgdx tutorial in which we create a 2d platformer prototype modeled after Star Guard. You can read up on the previous articles if you are interested ...
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Android Game Development with libgdx – Jumping, Gravity and improved movement, Part 3

This is the third part in the Building a Game with LibGdx series. Make sure you read the previous articles to build a context for this one.Part 1a Part 1b Part 2In the previous ...
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