Category: Android

Getting Started with SQLite on Android

Best Mobile Article of January 2017 (First Prize) by Code Project Introduction Every app involves data. Most data are supplied by users through the various input controls, such as text field, check box, radio group, spinner, and button. While some data

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Android Smart Keyboard

Introduction The Android system supports keyboard input for text field either through an on-screen soft keyboard or a hardware keyboard. It is important that your app is optimized to take care of both scenarios so as to enhance user experience

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Android Gestures and Smart Keyboard

Android user interface (UI) presents to the users the first impression of your app based on the look of the layout and UI controls. However, this is only one side of the story. When the users start to interact with

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Android Input and Shared Preferences

Introduction Every app involves data. Most data are supplied by users through the various input controls, such as text field, check box, radio group, spinner, and button. While some data is transient, most will require to stay or persist even after

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Handling Input and Storage on Android

Every app involves data. Most data are supplied by users through the various input controls, such as text field, check box, radio group, spinner, and button. While some data is transient, most will require to stay or persist even after the

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