Koszyk 0. Do przechowalni. Jump in and build working Android apps with the help of more than tested recipes. The second edition of this acclaimed cookbook includes recipes for working with user interfaces, multitouch gestures, location awareness, web services, and specific device features such as the phone, camera, and accelerometer. You also get useful info on packaging your app for the Google Play Market. Each recipe provides a clear solution and sample code you can use in your project right away.
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Koszyk 0. Do przechowalni. Jump in and build working Android apps with the help of more than tested recipes. The second edition of this acclaimed cookbook includes recipes for working with user interfaces, multitouch gestures, location awareness, web services, and specific device features such as the phone, camera, and accelerometer. You also get useful info on packaging your app for the Google Play Market.
Each recipe provides a clear solution and sample code you can use in your project right away. Among numerous topics, this cookbook helps you:. Napisz do nas: sklep[at]helion. Szukaj Zamknij Szukaj. Android Cookbook. Problems and Solutions for Android Developers. Podobne produkty.
Grafika wektorowa. Szkolenie podstawowe. Von Glitschka. Joanna Pasek. Getting Started 1. Understanding the Android Application Architecture 1. Understanding the Android Activity Life Cycle 1. Learning About Android Releases 1.
Learning the Java Language 1. Setting Up Android Studio 1. Referencing Libraries to Implement External Functionality 1. Designing a Successful Application 2. Exception Handling 2. Requesting Android Permissions at Runtime 2. Accessing Androids Application Object as a Singleton 2. Monitoring the Battery Level of an Android Device 2.
Creating Splash Screens in Android 2. Using Google Analytics in an Android Application 2. Setting First-Run Preferences 2. Formatting Numbers 2.
Formatting with Correct Plurals 2. Formatting the Time and Date for Display 2. Controlling Input with KeyListeners 2. Backing Up Android Application Data 2. Using Hints Instead of Tool Tips 3. Application Testing 3. Testing with Eclipse and JUnit 3. Testing with Android Studio and JUnit 3. Testing with Robolectric and JUnit 4 3. Troubleshooting Application Crashes 3. Debugging Using Log. Static Code Testing with Android Lint 3.
Dynamic Testing with the Monkey Program 3. Emailing Text from a View 4. Sending an Email with Attachments 4. Pushing String Values Using Intent. Starting a Service After Device Reboot 4. Creating a Responsive Application Using Threads 4. Graphics 5. Using a Custom Font 5.
Freehand Drawing Smooth Curves 5. Taking a Picture Using an Intent 5. Taking a Picture Using android. Camera 5. Using Paint. Using Nine Patch Files 5. Adding a Simple Raster Animation 5. Using Pinch to Zoom 6. Graphical User Interface 6. Understanding and Following User Interface Guidelines 6. Looking Good with Material Design 6. Choosing a Layout Manager a. ViewGroup and Arranging Components 6. Controlling the Action Bar 6. Using a FloatingActionButton 6. Using CheckBoxes and RadioButtons 6.
Using Card Widgets 6. Implementing AutoCompleteTextView 6. Turning Edit Fields into Password Fields 6. Processing Key-Press Events in an Activity 6.
Making a View Shake 6. Providing Haptic Feedback 6. Adding a Border with Rounded Corners to a Layout 6. Detecting Gestures in Android 6. Creating a Simple App Widget 7. Alerting the User with Toast and Snackbar 7. Customizing the Appearance of a Toast 7. Creating and Displaying a Menu 7. Handling Choice Selection in a Menu 7.
Creating a Submenu 7. Using a Timepicker Widget 7. Creating an iPhone-like WheelPicker for Selection 7. Creating a Tabbed Dialog 7. Creating a ProgressDialog 7. Creating a Reusable About Box Class 7. Creating a Notification in the Status Bar 8. Using Section Headers in ListViews 8. Keeping the ListView with the Users Focus 8.
Writing a Custom List Adapter 8. Multimedia 9. Playing a YouTube Video 9. Capturing Video Using MediaRecorder 9. Using Androids Face Detection Capability 9. Playing Audio from a File 9. Playing Audio Without Interaction 9. Using Speech to Text 9. Making the Device Speak with Text-to-Speech
Helion MD Rahul Chandra goes solo, to raise $100M fund
This story is from May 29, The fund will invest in sectors like fintech and digital marketplaces. To develop a proprietary data science based investment methodology, Chandra said he has brought on board Jonathan Hsu, a partner and head of data science at Silicon Valley-based Social Capital. Having backed over 30 early to mid-stage startup like UnitedLex, Ezetap, MoEngage, RailYatri, Crownit and Toppr while at Helion, Chandra said his new fundwill focus on networks, payments and alternate lending.