Update: Parse is shutting down. So you should start migrating.
In this article we’ll build a login screen which will be somewhat similar to whatsapp’s login screen. So the login and registration screens will actually be the same and the unique identifier for each user will be their phone numbers. So to quickly summarize, here are the fields we’ll have:
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Spinners in Android are like
select dropdowns (HTML) of web development. Once tapped, it shows a list of options in a dropdown menu from which one can select a value. It is very simple to add it as a View in the Layout file (just as any other view like
Continue reading “Understanding Android Spinners and Populating Them with (Adding) a Set of Items”
ListView is commonly used to display a set of data in a list. For example a list of emails, messages, tasks or contacts. I’ve written an article on how to work with lists in android before, which you might want to read.
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There are times when you want to display data as a list. For example a list of emails, a list of messages, a list of tweets, a list of post titles, a list of photos with their titles and other meta data like dates and summary. Android provides 2 classes with the help of which we can achieve a scrollable list of items in our mobile application:
- ListView – Show items in a vertically scrolling list.
- ExpandableListView – Similar to
ListView but supports grouping of items that can be expanded individually to show its childrens.
Continue reading “Understanding and Implementing Android Lists with ListView, ExpandableListView, ListFragment, ListActivity and Custom List Adapters”
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So you made your game or some other app that has multiple sound effects produced by several audio files. It works great on your desktop, laptop, etc. browsers but then you realize that you have some major issues with multiple sounds (or even single) on mobile and tablet platforms like iOS and android browsers. Sad!
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In one of my earlier posts I discussed some of the issues (or limitations) with HTML5 audio support in iOS and Android mobile and tablet platforms. In this article I am going to try to take a look at some of the ways we can overcome those limitations and quirks.
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