I hope you folks understood how easy it is to develop Android application with AQuery library in handling image loading, making asynchronous call and lot more from my previous posts. If not take a look at the below posts and they are prerequisite to develop the Application which I am going to teach you in this post.
It’s time to explore the other most wonderful feature of AQuery and that is ‘Asynchronous Network Calls’ to download JSON from remote server. In this post we will be developing simple application to demonstrate how to download JSON from Internet and render it over UI after parsing it. I already wrote a separate article – Android JSON Web Service Tutorial on how to make Asynchronous call to download JSON from Network using Android Dot Net Webservice combo.
I believe you folks got hands on experience in using AQuery library from my previous posts, if not take a look at below posts to know how easy it is to write Android code with AQuery library.
It’s time to explore the other most wonderful feature of AQuery and that is ‘Image loading’. In this post we will be developing simple application to demonstrate how to load Images from Network using AQuery library by putting few lines of code.
I believe you folks got to know how easy it is to write Android code when AQuery library is used from my previous posts.
It’s time to explore the other most wonderful feature of AQuery and that is ‘Asynchronous Network Calls’. In this post we will be developing simple application to demonstrate how to download Mp3 file from Internet and play it as soon as it is downloaded. I already wrote a separate article [Android AsyncTask Example] on how to make Asynchronous calls to download file from Network but AsyncTask was used rather than AQuery library to perform Asynchronous download.
In this post we will be creating simple Android application using AQuery library to demonstrate how easy it is to write Android code with AQuery library.
Are you new to AQuery library? then take a look at Introduction to AQuery – Android Query which will be helpful for you to understand lot about it.
I picked the Button Listener – Make the cat start Meowing application (which plays ‘Meow’ sound when user clicks/taps on the screen) to illustrate how the application can also be created using AQuery library with minimal number of lines.
You must first understand how to handle button click event using AQuery library before we start creating application.
Here is the code snippet written using the library which sets button’s text as ‘Hello World’ when it is clicked:
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It’s enough discussing about creating simple android applications, let us also look into some useful libraries that are available for Android.
In this post, I will just walk you through the Introduction to AQuery and I will also be discussing the features of AQuery.