Android Tutorial Blog – Best of 2013

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This post is the compilation of best articles published at Android Tutorial Blog in the year 2013. I picked the articles based on it’s usefulness and readers comments and feedback.

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If you missed to read any of the articles last year, take a look at it now and also let me know your feedback right away in the comments section.

Let’s collaborate and learn lot!

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Android Webservice Tutorial

In this post, I will walk you through the importance of using Web Service in Android applications.

Quick Links

  1. What is Web Service?
  2. Why Web Service?
  3. What is the need of using Web Service in Android applications?
  4. Android Web Service Tutorials

What is Web Service?

A web service is a standard used for exchanging information between applications or systems of heterogeneous type. Software applications written in various programming languages and running on various platforms can use web services to exchange information over Internet using http protocol.

This inter-operability can be achieved between Java and Dot net applications, or PHP and Java applications.

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Android Layouts Revisited

Android Layouts

Layout denotes the architecture of the application, where and how the controls should be organized in the UI.It defines the layout structure and holds all the elements that appear to the user.

We created a video on different types of Android Layouts by putting lot of efforts. Watch it and let us know your comments.

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Android Dot Net Web Service Login

In this post, I am going to discuss about how to authenticate Users in Android application using Dot Net Web service.The application which I am gonna create will have two screens – Login screen and Home screen.

User has to type his/her credentials and click ‘Login’ button. Once ‘Login’ button is clicked, application fires call to Dot Net web service along with Username and Password typed by User. Our Activity waits for response from the web service, once it receives response, it decides whether to take User to next screen(Home) or show ‘Login Failed’ message based on the response.

Here is the graphical representation of whatever we discussed:

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Android Java Web Service Login

In this post, I am going to discuss about how to authenticate Users in Android application using Java Web service.The application which I am gonna create will have two screens – Login screen and Home screen.

User has to type his/her credentials and click ‘Login’ button. Once ‘Login’ button is clicked, application fires call to Java web service along with Username and Password typed by User. Our Activity waits for response from the web service, once it receives response, it decides whether to take User to next screen(Home) or show ‘Login Failed’ message based on the response.

Here is the graphical representation of whatever we discussed:

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Om Chant – Android Application

In this post, I am going to discuss about how to create ‘Om Chant’ application. Let me give you an overview of ‘Om Chant’ application:

Om Chant – Android Application

  1. The Om Chant application chants the universal mantra – ‘Om‘ continuously. Om is one of the most powerful mantra which brings inner peace to whoever listens to it.
  2. Application chants Om continuously once you press play button.
  3. One can stop playing it by pressing pause button.
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Android AJAX Auto Load

What is Ajax Auto Load?

If you take a look at dynamic websites, the content of the website will be refreshed automatically without user intervention. Example – CricInfo in which the score card will be refreshed in a time interval and display the latest score.

AJAX Auto Load in Android

The Android application which we are going to develop will refresh the content of activity and show the latest content retrieved from the server through AJAX call. Our application gonna get the server’s time through AJAX call for every 5 seconds and update the server time inside Android activity. This will happen without user intervention (like Tap, Scroll, Click etc.,).

Interesting? Let’s us start create the application.

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Android Tutorials Ebook

Hello Readers,

Thanks a ton for your continued support in making this blog one of the top Android Tutorial Blogs.

I am really happy to publish Android tutorials Ebook which contains all the tutorials so far I discussed in Android Tutorial Blog.

You could get the PDF of the tutorials I have discussed here once you subscribe to my blog.

Please go through the below FAQ section to know how to grab your copy of ebook.

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