Category: Android Tutorials

January 25, 2016

Glide : Image Loading Library for Android tutorial

In the Google Developer Summit , Google introduced us an Image Loader Library for Android developed by bumptech named Glide as a library that recommended by Google. It has been used in many Google open source projects . What is Glide ? Glide is an open source media management framework for Android that wraps media decoding, memory and disk caching, and resource pooling into a […]

January 25, 2016

Android SQlite Database Tutorial

SQLite is an Open-Source embedded SQL database engine. This provides relational database management structure for storing user defined records in the form of tables. SQLite is light weight when it comes to resource usage and it doesn’t need to have any server setup like other RDBMS systems. It is an cross platform and self-contained database. SQLite is one way of storing user data. SQLite is […]

January 25, 2016

Android detecting all supported Gestures

The term “gesture” is used to define a contiguous sequence of interactions between the touch screen and the user. A typical gesture begins at the point that the screen is first touched and ends when the last finger or pointing device leaves the display surface. Gestures can be implemented as a form of communication between user and application. Swiping motions to turn the pages of […]

January 25, 2016

Android – Pick Colors from Image Color Palette

Color Pallete in android is useful for creating beautiful UI and maintain the same color throughout the app. With the release of Android Lollipop, several new support libraries  have been created. One of the new libraries is for the Palette class. This new class makes it easy to extract colors from images, which is useful if you want to style other view components to match colors […]

January 25, 2016

Android – Getting Battery Information

We have many apps on play store which gives battery information along with many other CPU informations such as CPU-Z, CPU X etc. In Android, one can easily obtain the battery information at any point in time using the BatteryManager class . It  contains several strings and constants used for values in the ACTION_BATTERY_CHANGED Intent. Android Developers can display these values using an appropriate Views in […]

January 18, 2016

Android Animations using xml code

The Animations Api lets you create visually appealing animations and transitions in your apps. Using these animations in the right places can turn your good looking app into an outstanding and highly usable app. Adding animations can look like a challenging task but it is actually not that difficult at all . Animations can be performed through either XML or android code. In this tutorial […]