Tag: api

  • 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, […]

  • Simple Android JSON Parser Example Code with URL and Logcat Output

    Today I’m going to share an Android JSON Parser example code to parse a JSON string from a URL. This code is really useful because nowadays, JSON string is being used by most APIs like Facebook graph API and Google Maps. You should use JSON in your projects instead of XML because it is lightweight, […]

  • Fixed: Android Dependencies – Missing facebooksdk.jar

    Recently I was working with the Facebook SDK for Android and found the error:     Android     Dependencies     –     Missing     facebooksdk.jar. My project was unable to run and the eclipse console or logcat does not give a clear description of the error. But it can be seen […]

  • Introducing The Code Of A Ninja’s Android App (Beta)

    Introducing our favorite programming blog’s android app! For the past few days, I have some spare time to code this. Now you guys can browse our blog instantly in your Android phone or tablet. To download this free app, go to your Google Play store and then search using the keywords “code blog by mike […]

  • Ways to Create a Splash Screen for Android App

    Today we’re going to create a splash screen for your Android app. A splash screen is usually an image or a view that appears to the user while the app is loading, it is also a way to make your brand or logo easier to be recognize by the user. Some android apps that uses […]

  • Android Share Intent Example for URL, Text or Image

    Today I’m going to give you an android share intent example that you can use to enable your app to share contents such as URL or text and Image to other apps installed in your Android device like Facebook, Twitter, Messaging, Instagram, Evernote, etc.. Example uses of this code include: You are building an app […]