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Android Custom Hyperlinked TextView

Finding Links in Android is very simple you might have heard of Linkify which is a great class in which there are many static methods for getting a simple job done but the problem is that in Linkify you cannot specify the behavior that you require on clicking the links at the Most what Linkify does is that it simply ...

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Android dynamic and XML layout

Android activity contains various user interface components e.g Button, Radio button, List, Text field etc. The user interface component can be arranged/attached with the activity in two different ways. Declaring UI element in layoutfile Basically, Layout file is xml formatted file present in res/layout. In this file, tags are used to define any UI component and properties are used to ...

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Android and Jenkins: Continuous Integration

By using Jenkins, it’s pretty easy to get a Continuous Integration server set up with an Android project. But before you dive into setting up the software itself, it’s very helpful to have some basic concepts on a few different types of software that you will run into. For those unaware, Continuous Integration is a way to improve your code ...

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Android Homescreen Widget with AlarmManager

In this tutorial we will learn to create widget with update interval less than 30 mins using AlarmManager. New update: In Android 4.1, a new feature has been introduced for Homescreen widget which enables widget to reorganize its view when resized . To support this feature a new method onAppWidgetOptionsChanged() has been introduced in AppWidgetProvider class. This method gets called ...

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Android broadcast receiver: Registering/unregistering during runtime

In the previous post, we leaned to enable and disable the Broadcast receiver added in the Android manifest file. In this post, we will learn to register and unregister broadcast receiver programmatically. It’s always suggested to register and unregister broadcast receiver programmatically as it saves system resources. In this tutorial, we will make an application having two buttons to register ...

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Android – Load images from web and caching

Have you gone through my previous article for Loading Remote Images in android?, actually it was the solution for loading images from web but not caching into the local storage so that it has to load image every times, instead here in this article i am going to show you code/demo for loading images from web as well as to ...

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Android broadcast receiver: Enable and disable during runtime

Broadcast receiver is the one of the basic and important components of the Android application. There are two different ways of adding broadcast receiver in the Android application. It can be added either programmatically or in Android Manifest file. You should be careful while adding broadcast receiver because unnecessary broadcast receivers drain battery power. If you add the broadcast receiver ...

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Android Jelly Bean notification tutorial

You may have heard about Android Jelly Bean (API level 16). Google has improved a lot of features and introduced new features. One of them is the notification. Now they have made the notification more versatile by introducing media rich notification. Google has come up with three special style of notification which are mentioned below. Even developer can write his ...

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Android Activity Animation Customization Tutorial

If you are thinking on customizing the animation of Activity transition then probably you would look for ActivityOptions class introduced in Android 4.1 (Jelly bean). This class has provided three methods which can help you to customize the Activity Animation. These are given in the table below. ActivityOptions Class Methods Function Name Description makeCustomAnimation This method allows to pass custom ...

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