Tag: android

  • Android Calculator Tutorial and Source Code Example

    What if there’s an easy way to use a calculator for your android app? That would be great! Right? Well, I’ll try to help you guys with that with these lessons. Our post for today is about an android calculator tutorial and after the tutorial is the source code download, available in zip format. Just a […]

  • How To Get the User’s Current Location in Android? – GPS Example Help

    Today I’m sharing you a working code on how to get the user’s current location in Android. There are many popular apps using this feature such as Google Maps and Facebook. Remember when you checked in a place? Knowing exactly where your users are located is really cool, but you always have to let them […]

  • Android Navigation Drawer Example Step by Step

    Android Navigation drawer is now a standard when creating an Android app. It gives a better user experience since the user can easily access more app functionality – on a small screen smartphone. Personally, it is really fun to use since I just have to swipe a finger to use or access a view. This […]

  • Android Action Bar Tutorial with 2.2+ Compatibility

    I have an Android Action Bar Tutorial for you guys! Android ActionBar looks good on our smartphone apps and at the same time, it is really useful. Aside from displaying your app’s title or section, the ActionBar can also be used as a back function (upper left) or a viewable button or dropdown options (upper […]

  • Android SQLite Transaction Example with INSERT Prepared Statement

    Today I’m going to share an Android SQLite transaction example that I consider as one of the most useful test I made with Android SQLite. I’m really excited to share this since it helped me a lot and maybe it can help some more people as well. This post will cover the following contents: 1.0 […]

  • Android Intents Tutorial to Share Your Social Media Links

    The following Android intents tutorial will help increase your app’s Facebook likes or twitter followers. Almost every app has their own social media accounts or links that you can like, follow, +1, or even send an email to. There’s always an app that can connect you to that product or service. Now, from that app, […]

  • Android AutocompleteTextView with Custom Adapter Example

    Before this Android AutocompleteTextView with custom adapter example, we made the code on Android AutocompleteTextView with suggestions from SQLite database, that’s really fine and useful, but here’s another problem: What if you want to customize the appearance of the drop-down suggestions? This is where the custom ArrayAdapter will come to the scene. Using this post, […]

  • Android AutocompleteTextView with Database Data as Suggestions

    Our code example for today is about a very useful Android widget called AutocompleteTextView. Specifically, we’ll code an Android AutocompleteTextView with database data as drop-down suggestions. If you’re not yet familiar with AutocompleteTextView, this widget looks like an EditText but shows completion suggestions automatically while the user is typing. The list of suggestions is displayed […]