Android GUI Tools and Kits you can’t afford to miss as an app developer
Jan15

Android GUI Tools and Kits you can’t afford to miss as an app developer

Android App Design and development is abound by the use of several GUI (Graphic User Interface) tools, icons, fonts and kits. Having reached an innovative height of success, Android has opened doors to strategies that can aid in designing and developing eye-catchy and functionally rich applications.

In this post, I’ve jotted down a list of top-notch Android GUI tools and kits that play a vital role in streamlining Android app design and development process.

Cutting down a majority of your design-from-scratch efforts; these GUI tools and kits enable you to purely focus on the development part.

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How to Position Toast in Android Application?
Jan13

How to Position Toast in Android Application?

In this post, I am going to discuss about how to position toast message in Android applications.

What is Toast?

A toast provides simple feedback about an operation as a simple popup message. It is usually be displayed at the bottom of the Application.

What are we going to develop?

The application which we are going to develop will help you to create toast messages in different positions by altering Gravity and also by taking custom X-offset and Y-offset values.

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How to Receive Simple Data from Other Apps?
Jan04

How to Receive Simple Data from Other Apps?

In this post, I am going to discuss about receiving simple data from other Android applications installed in your device using Intent.

What is Intent?

Intents are system messages, running around the inside of the device, notifying applications of various events, from hardware state changes (e.g.,an SD card was inserted), to incoming data (e.g., an SMS message arrived),to application events (e.g., your activity was launched from the device’s main menu).

What are we going to develop?

The application which we are going to develop will handle the incoming text or image and display them accordingly.

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How to Send Simple Data to Other Apps?
Jan04

How to Send Simple Data to Other Apps?

In this post, I am going to discuss about sending/sharing simple data to other Android applications installed in your device using Intent.

What is Intent?

Intents are system messages, running around the inside of the device, notifying applications of various events, from hardware state changes (e.g.,an SD card was inserted), to incoming data (e.g., an SMS message arrived),to application events (e.g., your activity was launched from the device’s main menu).

What are we going to develop?

The application which we are going to develop will have couple of buttons. You can send text or images to other applications on clicking those button.

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Android Facebook Simple Message Dialog Tutorial
Dec28

Android Facebook Simple Message Dialog Tutorial

In this post, I am going to discuss about integrating Facebook message dialog in Android applications using Facebook SDK.

What is Facebook SDK?

Facebook provides SDK for Android to build Android applications to increase the engagement with it’s World’s number one Social Networking platform. To know more about Facebook SDK, please follow this link.

What are we going to develop?

The application which we are going to develop will have single button. On clicking the button, you will be taken to Facebook Messenger application installed in Android mobile with the information you set for Message dialog (like link, link image etc.,).

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How to post status update or share link in Facebook from Android Application?
Dec07

How to post status update or share link in Facebook from Android Application?

In this post, I am going to discuss about integrating Facebook share dialog in Android applications using Facebook SDK.

What is Facebook SDK?

Facebook provides SDK for Android to build Android applications to increase the engagement with it’s World’s number one Social Networking platform. To know more about Facebook SDK, please follow this link.

What are we going to develop?

The application which we are going to develop will have two buttons. We can post status update by clicking Button one and we can share link in Facebook using Button two. Facebook share dialog will be opened on clicking these buttons to perform aforementioned activities.

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How to add Facebook like button in Android applications?
Oct28

How to add Facebook like button in Android applications?

In this post, I am going to discuss about integrating Facebook Like button in Android applications using Facebook SDK.

What is Facebook SDK?

Facebook provides SDK for Android to build Android applications to increase the engagement with it’s World’s number one Social Networking platform. To know more about Facebook SDK, please follow this link.

What are we going to develop?

The application which we are going to develop will have Facebook Like button at the center of the App. When User taps on Like button, Facebook Like Dialog will be opened, User has to hit Like button.

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Android Facebook login implementation with Fragment
Oct28

Android Facebook login implementation with Fragment

In this post, I am going to discuss about integrating Facebook login in Android applications using Facebook SDK.

In the previous post – How to implement Facebook login in Android applications?, I walked you through how to implement Facebook login using Activity but in this post I am going to discuss about implementing it with Android Fragment.

What is Facebook SDK?

Facebook provides SDK for Android to build Android applications to increase the engagement with it’s World’s number one Social Networking platform. To know more about Facebook SDK, please follow this link.

What are we going to develop?

The application which we are going to develop will ask you to login with Facebook account on click of “Facebook Login” button. On successful login, your basic details like Firstname, Lastname, Location, Gender etc., will be retrieved and displayed inside the application.

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