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Android Drop Down List Tutorial
 
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In this tutorial you will learn what is android spinner (android drop down list), how to create spinner, android spinner adapter and how to use it inside your app. - First open up activity_main.xml file and then replace the hello world textview with a spinner, then we will position the spinner to the top-center of the screen like this: Spinner android:id="@+id/spinner1" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignParentTop="true" android:layout_centerHorizontal="true" - Now open up MainActivity.java class and declare the spinner like this: Spinner mySpinner = (Spinner) findViewById(R.id.spinner1); - Next is we need some data to populate the spinner adapter, we can do that by adding an array of items inside the strings.xml file which you can find it in the (Res) folder, then we can reference that array by it's ID and use it for the adapter. That's it...Run the app and you will see a spinner with values being populated whenever the user taps on it Source code is here: https://github.com/codingdemos/SpinnerExample
Views: 64061 Coding Demos
Android custom dialog - Create Android Alertdialog with a custom layout
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create Android custom dialog. We will start first by creating AlertDialog using AlertDialog builder, and then we will design an XML resource layout file that we will use later for the custom alertdialog. Project source code: https://github.com/codingdemos/CustomAlertDialogTutorial Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 136087 Coding Demos
Android Listview Onitemclick Example
 
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In this android listview example you will learn how to add a listview in your android app, and how to start new android activity to go from one screen to another screen using android intent. Source code: https://github.com/codingdemos/CustomListview Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 91304 Coding Demos
Intro to Android password visibility toggle
 
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In this tutorial you will learn about Android password visibility toggle and how you can add that to your app. First i start by showing you the basic implementation of it, and then you will learn about customizing password visibility toggle based on your preferences. Here are the steps to implement Android password visibility toggle: - Add TextInputLayout view in xml - Inside TextInputLayout view make sure that there is TextInputEditText instead of normal EditText because it's recommended - Set input type for TextInputEditText as a textPassword - Add app:passwordToggleEnabled="true" inside TextInputLayout - Set a drawable for Android password visibility toggle using app:passwordToggleDrawable - Set the color of password visibility toggle using app:passwordToggleTint And that's it! Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 15125 Coding Demos
Android scrollview example
 
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In this tutorial you will learn about Android scrollview and understand exactly how you can use scrollview in android app.
Views: 42154 Coding Demos
Android alertdialog example
 
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In this tutorial you will learn about Android AlertDialog and how to fully utilize it's features to build better experience for your user. Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 10044 Coding Demos
Android spinner in custom dialog
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to customize Android AlertDialog by adding Android spinner inside the AlertDialog. We will start first by defining a button, then will make it clickable by using Android OnClicklistener, inside the button OnClicklistener we will define an AlertDialog.Builder and then will create a separate Android resource file that will hold Android spinner. Last thing is we set custom layout as the layout for Android dialog and finally we show Android AlertDialog. Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 17641 Coding Demos
Android multiple choice list dialog tutorial
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to use Android multiple choice list dialog, this will allow you to select multiple items from the list in android alertdialog. Here is how to do it: - Add an Android button to xml layout - Initialize the button and then make it clickable by calling setOnClickListener - Inside the setOnClickListener is where we are going to define alertdialog.builder - We give a title for the dialog and make sure to add dialog.setCancelable(false) to prevent user from closing the dialog when clicking in any area outside the dialog - Call dialog.setMultiChoiceItems and then pass items array, boolean array and set OnMultiChoiceClickListener - Call dialog.setPositiveButton and give it a label, inside this button is where we are going to add the checked items to the list and make sure that those are item not duplicated - Call dialog.setNegativeButton and give it a label, inside this button we are going to dismiss the dialog by calling dialog.dismiss() - Call dialog.setNeutralButton and give it a label, inside this button we are going to reset/uncheck items in android alertdialog - Call the dialog.show() to show the dialog That's it!! - Github project source code: https://github.com/codingdemos/MultichoiceTutorial Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 49153 Coding Demos
Android options menu tutorial
 
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In this tutorial you will learn about using Android options menu, how you can add items to Android options menu (using android oncreateoptionsmenu), how to customize options menu by adding icons and how to make android menu item clickable to make certain action (using android onoptionsitemselected). Android material design icons: https://design.google.com/icons/ Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 70307 Coding Demos
Android sharedpreferences tutorial
 
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In this tutorial you will about android sharedpreference api and how to use sharedpreference api to store and retrieve a color that later will be used for coloring android toolbar and android statusbar. Here is how to do it: - Create 3 android buttons that will each hold a color - Make those buttons clickable by using Android setOnClickListener - Define Sharedpreference and make sure the mode is set to private - Define Sharedpreference.Editor to be able to edit sharedpreference file and store color - Inside setOnClickListener store the color inside sharedpreference and use the same color for Android toolbar and Android statusbar. That's it!! Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 35193 Coding Demos
Android button alignment tutorial
 
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In this tutorial you will learn more about Android button alignment and how you can alignment android button in the same line by using either Android LinearLayout or Android RelativeLayout. Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 44644 Coding Demos
Android custom listview with image and text
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create Android custom listview with image and text. The list will show the country names and country flags, and you can click on any item to move to another screen/page. Here is how to do it: - Add a listView to the xml layout file and then initialize that inside the java file - Initialize a string array variable that will hold the country names and initialize another int array variable that will hold flag images - Create a new class called MyAdapter.java and make sure it extends ArrayAdapter - Add the required constructor and make sure to override getCount and getView methods - Create a new xml layout file and call it "listview_item.xml", this file will represent each row inside the list. - Add an imageView and a TextView inside "listview_item.xml" file -Inflate the layout like this: LayoutInflater mInflater = (LayoutInflater) mContext. getSystemService(Context.LAYOUT_INFLATER_SERVICE); convertView = mInflater.inflate(R.layout.listview_item, parent, false); - Initialize the views that were created inside "listview_item.xml" inside getView method like this: ImageView mFlag = (ImageView) convertView.findViewById(R.id.imageView); TextView mName = (TextView) convertView.findViewById(R.id.textView); - Don't forget to set it's appropriate values through the use of the position that is provided along with getView method like this: mFlag.setImageResource(flags[position]); mViewHolder.mName.setText(names[position]); - Open MainActivity.java and initialize MyAdapter class like this: MyAdapter myAdapter = new MyAdapter(MainActivity.this, countryNames, countryFlags); - Set adapter to the listview like this: mListView.setAdapter(myAdapter); - Android listview tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSCIuIbS-nk - Android ViewHolder documentation: https://developer.android.com/training/improving-layouts/smooth-scrolling.html#ViewHolder - Project source code: https://github.com/codingdemos/CustomList Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 44458 Coding Demos
How to prevent a dialog from closing when a button is clicked
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to prevent Android AlertDialog from closing when you click on a button. You can implement this method if you have Android AlertDialog and you don't want the user to dismiss/cancel the Android AlertDialog unless the user perform a certain action. Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 2819 Coding Demos
Android Tablayout Example With Viewpager And Menu Items (Explained)
 
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In this Android Tablayout example you will learn how to add Android tab layout with swipeable views and menu items and be able to change app color and menu item on every swipe. - Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-tablayout-example-viewpager/
Views: 14533 Coding Demos
Android Drop Down List Tutorial Part #2
 
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In this android spinner tutorial you will learn how to use android drop down list or android spinner and make it clickable by using spinner setonitemselectedlistener to start a new activity based on any item that you clicked. Let's get started: - First of all this is a continuation to the previous tutorial that will teach the basic stuff on how to work with Android spinner, here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urQp7KsQhW8 - Now to be able to select an item from Android drop down list we need first to call spinner setOnItemSelectedListener - Inside spinner onItemSelected method we will write some code which will allow you to click on the items inside the android spinner and be able to move to another pages based on the item position. - Let's first create those activities and their layout files - Now let's go back to spinner onItemSelected and we will use android startActivity with intent to send the user to another page, it will look something like this: if (i == 1) { startActivity(new Intent(MainActivity.this, HomeActivity.class)); } else if (i == 2) { startActivity(new Intent(MainActivity.this, WorkActivity.class)); }else if (i == 3) { startActivity(new Intent(MainActivity.this, OtherActivity.class)); }else if (i == 4) { startActivity(new Intent(MainActivity.this, CustomActivity.class)); } - That's it :) Source code is here: https://github.com/codingdemos/SpinnerExample
Views: 6810 Coding Demos
Android Timepicker – Use EditText to Show TimePickerDialog (Explained)
 
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- Learn how to use Android TimePicker to select the time from TimePickerDialog and show the result inside an Android EditText. - Learn how to show Android Timepicker current time. - Learn about Android Time Picker format time. - Learn how to make Android Timepicker with am pm format - Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-timepicker-edittext/
Views: 2419 Coding Demos
Android floating action button animations
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create android floating action button with animations. Basically when you click on floating action button it will show up another floating action buttons (menu) with text label next to each button. Here is how to do it: - Add 2 android floating action button, one is used to make a call to a number and the other one is used to send sms message - Set an icon for the buttons like this: app:srcCompat="@drawable/example_file_icon" - Add 2 LinearLayout with horizontal orientation, each of these LinearLayout will hold 1 floating action button and textview label - Set the visibility of these 2 LinearLayout as gone inside activity_main.xml like this: android:visibility="gone" - Inside MainActivity.java is where we are going to initialize the floating action button and the LinearLayouts - Do setOnClickListener for main floating action button, inside the onClick method is where we are going to handle the visibility of the 2 LinearLayout that we've just created - Do setOnClickListener for call & sms floating action button - Now will create Android resource directory and name it (anim) and set it's resource type as (anim) as well - Next will create 4 animation files: first 2 files will handle rotate animation for the android floating action button icon and the other 2 files are used for moving the floating action button animation - That's it!! - The source code of this project is based on previous tutorial that showed you how to create android floating action button and here is the URL to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWq0FLMj0_I - You may refer to this website for the animation code: https://www.sitepoint.com/animating-android-floating-action-button/ - You may refer to this website for Google material design icons: https://material.io/icons/ Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 21112 Coding Demos
Android Spinner Toolbar Tutorial
 
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In this Android spinner toolbar tutorial you will learn how to add a android custom toolbar by adding a spinner, when you select an item from android spinner it will show it in android toast message. Here is how to do it: - Open up styles.xml file that is located under values folder and then change the parent theme to: Theme.AppCompat.Light.NoActionBar - Open up activity_main.xml file and replace the hello world textview with a toolbar - Inside the toolbar we add a spinner - Now lets declare the toolbar and spinner in MainActivity.java file like this: Toolbar myToolbar = (Toolbar) findViewById(R.id.toolbar); Spinner mySpinner = (Spinner) findViewById(R.id.spinner); - Open strings.xml file and we need to create an string array that will hold the values for the spinner - In MainActivity.java class we create an ArrayAdapter that hold the values of string array for the spinner - To make the items inside the android spinner clickable, we need to call spinner setOnItemSelectedListener, then will work with onItemSelected method, so when you tap on item inside the spinner we will show a toast message with the selected item based on the position like this: Toast.makeText(MainActivity.this, mySpinner.getSelectedItem().toString(), Toast.LENGTH_SHORT) .show(); - We are done for this tutorial :) Source code is available at this link: https://github.com/codingdemos/CustomToolbar
Views: 8434 Coding Demos
Android Checkbox Tutorial
 
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In this Android Checkbox tutorial you will learn how to add a android checkbox in your app, do some customization in terms of changing color and style to suit your requirement. Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 3926 Coding Demos
Android floating action button tutorial
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to use Android floating action button to make a phone call using Android support design library. Here is how to do it: - Add android support library to Gradle build (Module:app): (compile 'com.android.support:design:25.1.0') - Add Android floating action button to xml screen layout - Set the appropriate icon that you need for the button like this: (app:srcCompat="@drawable/icon_example") and make sure that the icon is placed under drawable folder in your android project. - You can download the icons from material design icon website provided by Google: https://material.io/icons/ - Make sure the size of the downloaded icon is 24dp - Set a margin of 16dp from the right and bottom of the screen like this: (android:layout_marginBottom="16dp") & (android:layout_marginRight="16dp") - Set the position of android floating action button at the bottom right of the screen as follows: (android:layout_gravity="bottom|end") - Change floating action button size from mini to normal like this: (app:fabSize="normal") - You can change button color to any color that you want like this: (app:backgroundTint="@color/colorPrimary") - Now we define the android floating action button inside java class and then setOnClickListener for it to be able to make a call. - To make a phone call you will need to start a new intent like this: startActivity(new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse("tel://" + phone))); And we're done!! Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 11460 Coding Demos
Android Datepicker – Using Datepickerdialog With Button (Explained)
 
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- Today you will learn how to use Android Datepicker to select a date from Android Datepickerdialog and show the date inside Android TextView. - Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-datepicker-button/
Views: 2121 Coding Demos
How to Align Views at The Bottom of The Screen (Explained)
 
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- In this tutorial you will learn how to align views/button at the bottom of the screen using Linearlayout. - You will learn how to use android:layout_weight attribute inside resource xml file. - You will learn how to change the position/location of the views inside the screen. - Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
Views: 1072 Coding Demos
Android Divider - How to Draw Vertical And Horizontal Lines (Explained)
 
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- Today you will learn about Android View which you can use it to add Android divider. You will learn the following: - How to draw vertical divider/line in Android? - How to draw horizontal divider/line in Android? - How to increase the thickness of Android divider/line? - How to change Android divider/line background color? - How to add margin to Android divider/line? - How to change the position of Android divider/line? - Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
Views: 6126 Coding Demos
Difference Between Android Gravity And Android Layout_gravity (Explained)
 
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- Today you will learn the difference between Android Gravity and Android Layout_gravity. - What is the function of Android Layout_gravity and Android Gravity? What does they do to the Android view in the xml file? - How you can positioned Android Button in the left side, in the center and in the right side of the screen? - How you can positioned Android EditText Hint to be in the left, in the center as well as on the right? - Check out the link below for more awesome tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com/
Views: 426 Coding Demos
Android Button OnClickListener Tutorial
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to use a button OnClickListener and make it clickable to open another activity by using intent. Here is how to do it: - Open activity_main.xml file and then remove the hello world textview and replace it with a button - Give the button a label and we call it (Hello World) like this: android:text="Hello World" - Now we need to position the button to the top-center of the screen like this: android:layout_alignParentTop="true" android:layout_centerHorizontal="true" - Next open up MainActivity.java and here is where we will declare the button as follows: Button mButton = (Button) findViewById(R.id.button); - To make the button clickable and perform an action we need to call setOnClickListener like this: mButton.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() { @Override public void onClick(View view) { } }); - Now we have the button and it's clickable but it doesn't do any action, and what we really want is once the user who taps on the button will move to another page, so first we need to create an activity and resource file so that it will act as the second page like this: click on File – New – Activity – Empty Activity then you give a name for the activity and the resource file. - Once we have created the second activity, now we can work on the button setOnClickListener part to allow the user to move to another page. This can be done like this: startActivity(new Intent(MainActivity.this, SecondActivity.class)); MainActivity.this will be the current activity and starting point while the SecondActivity.class will like the destination That's it :) Source code: https://github.com/codingdemos/DemoButton
Views: 3119 Coding Demos
How to Draw Android TextView Border (Explained)
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to draw Android border around a TextView and how to change the color and thickness of the border. - You will learn how to use Android Shape & Stroke. - Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
Views: 1037 Coding Demos
How to record screen with Android Studio
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to use one cool function that Android studio have which is screen record. Using Android studio screen record you will be able to record your android physical device screen easily and with great video quality which you may use it later for Google Play Store app submission as a demo video. Here are the steps that you need to follow: - Must have a physical Android device and make sure that it's connected to your computer - Open Android Studio and click on "Android Monitor" tab located at the bottom - Click on green play button - You will see a dialog with options that you can customize based on your preference - Click on "Start Recording" button. Please note that you can record a maximum of 3 minute. When you have successfully record a video, Android Studio will then ask where you want to save the video and that's it!! Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 5226 Coding Demos
Intro to android bottom sheet
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to create an android bottom sheet and be able to use it inside your app.
Views: 4918 Coding Demos
Android How to Get Default Locale And Country Code (Explained)
 
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- In this tutorial you will learn how to get default locale or the current language that is being used inside your physical Android device/emulator. - You will learn how to access system settings to get the device language. - You will also learn how to get the locale country code from your Android device. - Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
Views: 958 Coding Demos
Working With Android Edittext
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to use different types of Android EditText and input types such as: Android Multiline, Android Password, Android Email...etc Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
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Android Hide Keyboard on Button Click (Explained)
 
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Today you will learn how to Android hide keyboard on button click. You will be using Android EditText and Button. Once you click/tap on Android Button, you will hide Android soft keyboard. - Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com/
Views: 2627 Coding Demos
How to Check Android Screen Rotation (Explained)
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to detect Android screen rotation whether it's rotated in portrait or landscape. You will build an app which contain an Android TextView, the text inside this TextView will change from portrait to landscape when you try to rotate the device, the text will change from landscape to portrait when you rotate the device back to portrait. Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
Views: 352 Coding Demos
How to Make an Android Device Vibrate (Explained)
 
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- Today you will learn how to make an Android device vibrate when you tap on Android Button programmatically. - You will learn about Android Vibrate permission. - You will learn about Android vibrationeffect and android vibration amplitude. - Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
Views: 410 Coding Demos
Android Underline Text Inside TextView and Button (Explained)
 
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- In this tutorial, you will learn about Android underline text, how you can add underline to TextView and Button text. - We will build an app that will have an Android TextView and Button, once you tap on the Button Android underline will appear/disappear below TextView and Button. - Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
Views: 776 Coding Demos
Android Toast Example
 
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In this android toast example you will learn how to create android toast message. We will create a new android app from scratch which will have 2 edittext and a button, whenever you click on a button it will show different toast messages. Here is how to do it: - Open up activity_main.xml file and replace hello world textview with 2 edittext: one is for the name and the other edittext is for password, and then add a button - Next open up MainActivity.java and we declare the name and password edittext as well as submit button name = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.editTextName); password = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.editTextPassword); submit = (Button) findViewById(R.id.buttonSubmit); - Now what we want to do is when the user taps on submit button we will show a toast message, so we call button setOnClickListener and inside the onClick method is where we will show the toast message like this: Toast.makeText(MainActivity.this, "It's a toast message", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show(); - Toast will have 3 argument, the first is the context which is (MainActivity.this), the second is the message that we want to show which is (It's a toast message), the third is the length of the toast message which have 2 values: Toast.LENGTH_LONG it's around 3-5 seconds Toast.LENGTH_SHORT it's around 2 seconds - And the last thing which is really important is to call show(); otherwise the toast message will not be shown. - That's it we are done :) - Source code is available right here: https://github.com/codingdemos/ToastExample
Views: 437 Coding Demos
Android progress bar toolbar
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to use android progress bar and how to add android progressbar in android toolbar. Social media: ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingdemos
Views: 2180 Coding Demos
Android Credit Card Form Tutorial (Demo)
 
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- In this tutorial you will learn how to create Android credit card form. This credit card form will have card number, expire date, card cvv and postal code. - Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-credit-card-form-tutorial/
Views: 793 Coding Demos
How to Get The Build/Version Number of Your Android Application (Explained)
 
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- In this video you will learn how to get Android application version code, version name and application name. - How to get application version code from Build.gradle file? - How to get application version name from Build.gradle file? - How to get the application name? - Check out the link below for more awesome tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
Views: 419 Coding Demos
How to Create Android Credit Card Form (Explained)
 
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- In this tutorial you will learn how to create Android credit card form. This credit card form will have card number, expire date, card cvv and postal code. - Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-credit-card-form-tutorial/ - Link to the library: https://github.com/braintree/android-card-form
Views: 2171 Coding Demos
Android Firebase Send a User a Verification Email (Explained)
 
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In this Android firebase tutorial, you will learn how to send a verification email to the user when registering for an account using firebase authentication library. This tutorial is a continuation of the previous part where we covered how to reset the user's password in firebase, so make sure to watch that part first. In this tutorial you will modify the code for user registration in MainActivity.java to include the code for Firebase email verification. Once the user fill in the email and password inside the registration form, Firebase will send a verification email to the user's email address so that the user can verify his account. The app can prevent the user from login if this user didn't successfully verify the email address that was registered with the app. - You will learn: 1- How to send a user a verification email using firebase authentication library. 2- How to customize the registration flow so that the user is required to verify the email address first, failing to do so will prevent the user from login to the app. - Links: 1- Firebase: https://firebase.google.com/ 2- More Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com/
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Android Tablayout Example With Viewpager And Menu Items (Demo)
 
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In this Android Tablayout example you will learn how to add Android tab layout with swipeable views and menu items and be able to change app color and menu item on every swipe. - Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-tablayout-example-viewpager/
Views: 1782 Coding Demos
How to Use Android Share Intent With Recyclerview to Share Data And Open URL (Explained)
 
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- Learn how to use Android share intent, intent open URL and Recyclerview all together. You will build an app with list of pictures to share and browse URL to discover more about it. - Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-share-intent-recyclerview
Views: 1102 Coding Demos
Android CardView Example With Gridlayout (Demo)
 
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- Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-cardview-example-with-gridlayout - In this Android CardView example you will learn how to use CardView with Gridlayout and Recyclerview to build a pictures app and be able to click on them.
Views: 3455 Coding Demos
Android Recyclerview Example - Show List of Emails Using Recyclerview (Demo)
 
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- Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-recyclerview-example/ - Today you will learn how to use Android Recyclerview. You will build an Android email app that uses Recyclerview to show a list of emails. - You will learn about LinearLayoutManager and DividerItemDecoration. - You will learn about Android Recyclerview's oncreateviewholder, onbindviewholder and getItemCount override methods. - Each row will have the following views: 1- Circle colored Android TextView that shows the first letter of the sender email. 2- Android TextView to show the sender name, email title, email details and email time. 3- Android ImageView with a star icon that you can use to add an email to your favorites. - When you tap on the Android Recyclerview row you will be directed to the second page which shows the email details.
Views: 1284 Coding Demos
Android Firebase User Registration Tutorial (Explained)
 
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In this Android firebase tutorial, you will learn how to register a user inside firebase using firebase authentication library. In this tutorial you will build an Android app which contain a form with 2 EditText (Email & password) and a Button. Once you fill these fields and tap on the sign up button, those data will saved inside firebase and a new user account will be created. - You will learn: 1- How to create a new firebase project. 2- How to connect your app with firebase. 3- How to modify app gradle files to include firebase authentication library. 4- How to enable user registration function inside firebase console. - Links: 1- Firebase: https://firebase.google.com/ 2- More Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com/
Views: 285 Coding Demos
How to Use Android Share Intent With Recyclerview (Demo)
 
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- Learn how to use Android share intent, intent open URL and Recyclerview all together. You will build an app with list of pictures to share and browse URL to discover more about it. - Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/android-share-intent-recyclerview
Views: 1306 Coding Demos
Android Firebase Send a Password Reset Email (Explained)
 
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In this Android firebase tutorial, you will learn how you can send a password reset email to a user using firebase authentication library. This tutorial is a continuation of the previous part where we covered signing the user in firebase, so make sure to watch that part first. In this tutorial you will add a forgot password button inside the main screen, this button will link to forgot password screen which contains an email EditTexts. Once the user insert the email address which he/she previously registered in Firebase, this user will receive an email from Firebase which contain a link to reset the user's password. The user will then be able to login to the app again using the new password. - You will learn: 1- How to send a password reset email to the user using firebase authentication library. 2- How to customize the password reset email inside Firebase console. - Links: 1- Firebase: https://firebase.google.com/ 2- More Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com/
Views: 113 Coding Demos
Pinch to Zoom Android ImageView Tutorial (Demo)
 
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- Link to the full article & source code: https://www.codingdemos.com/pinch-to-zoom-android-imageview-tutorial Learn how to build pinch to zoom Android function, where you can tap on Android ImageView to see image inside an AlertDialog and be able to zoom in-out.
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Android Strikethrough Text – How to Crossed Out a TextView (Explained)
 
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You will learn how to use Android strikethrough text to crossed out the text in the TextView and the Button. You can crossed out a text when you want to show the current and discount price or while you are editing some text in a notepad. We will build a demo app that will have a TextView with text and a Button. When you tap on the button, the text inside the TextView will have strikethrough text, when you tap again for the second time Android strikethrough text will be removed. - Check out the link below for more Android tutorials: https://www.codingdemos.com
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Android Toolbar Searchview Tutorial (Demo)
 
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Learn to develop an android app using android toolbar searchview, using android searchview will allow your users to search through your app. - The link to the full tutorial is available here: http://www.codingdemos.com/android-toolbar-searchview/
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