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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Android has very good support for displaying lists via the Android ListView class. A typical setup for a list is that you want to have a filter field on the top of your list and this input into this field … Continue reading
In Android you can use Shape Drawables to define background, borders and gradients for your Views. You find the possible types here. To define a shape create a XML file in your drawable folder. For example: [code type=”xml”] <?xml version="1.0" … Continue reading
Android is allowed to destroy your activity at anytime. Also a configuration change will restart your activity to load the right resources for this configuration. If you use Threads in your Android program you should save them. Nothing is more … Continue reading
Eclipse allow you to start your program via the launcher framework which is very powerful and makes life simple. Sometimes you want to see the command line which Eclipse uses to start your program. Especially if the program does not … Continue reading
Challenge: This month challenge is to develop some basic skills in ImageMagick. I have seen Sergej Shafarenka creating beautiful Android Mockups with it and I figure I should spend some time learning it. Lets see how this goes, so far … Continue reading