April 2, 2016

Android DayNight Theme Example using AppCompat support library

With the Arrival of the new version 23.2 of library support Android brings a new components that can enrich the user interface. There’s a new theme added to AppCompat in this release: Theme.AppCompat.DayNight. Before adding this theme to AppCompact developers have to make adjustments to their designs to account for different ambient light levels or time of day, but AppCompat is now offering to automate […]

March 24, 2016

Android Material Design Bottom Sheets Tutorial

With the Arrival of the new version 23.2 of library support Android brings a new component that can enrich the user interface of some of our applications, calls Bottom Sheets. You can find a detailed description of this component in the guides design of Material design. What is Bottom Sheets ? A bottom sheet is a sheet of material that slides up from the bottom […]

March 2, 2016

Android Material Design Snackbar Tutorial

One of the basic UX component in Android is an Toast. It is generally used to show little message to the user. But last year when material design was released, a new UX component Snackbar was introduced. Android Snackbar is just like a Toast message except that it has an option for user feedback. You can call it as a toast message with an action […]

February 23, 2016

Android Material Design Floating Label for EditText Tutorial

One of the basic UI widgets in Android is an EditText. It is generally used to take inputs from the user. While typing in EditText , it hides the hint which may create problem to identify EditText without label but last year when material design was released, a new concept of floating labels was introduced. This new Android floating label EditText concept initially showed a […]

February 19, 2016

Android RecyclerView CLick Listener Tutorial

In Our Previous tutorial “Android RecyclerView Tutorial” . We had learned how to render a simple RecyclerView with a custom layout. We had also learn writing a adapter class and binding data the list of books displaying the title and author . If you’ve used a RecyclerView, you may know that they don’t have a setOnItemClickListener as ListView had, so we have to create our […]

February 13, 2016

Android RecyclerView Tutorial

The new support library in Android L introduced two new UI widgets: RecyclerView and CardView. The RecyclerView is a more advanced and more flexible version of the ListView. This new component is a big step because the ListView is one of the most used UI widgets. The CardView widget, on the other hand, is a new component that does not “upgrade” an existing component. What […]

January 25, 2016

Android Working with Volley Library – Http Requests

Volley Library is great when it comes to call a web api and control it’s response with a very easy way. We often need to call the web api to retrieve the data from network or a database. We have many choices to call the api but there is a difference in every method. I have researched and found volley library by google is more […]

January 25, 2016

Android Facebook Messenger Chat Head like Floating Icon

Facebook Messenger with Chat Head is a great feature and very handy. A significant time ago facebook have launched Chat Head in it’s Messenger, but now you can seen in many application the feature of rounded chat icon on the screen which will be always on screen above all applications as shown in the screen shots . The app that provide this feature is Facebook […]

January 25, 2016

Best Android E-Books for learning development

Android E-books is a good way to learn Android Apps Development for beginners.Are you planning to learn Android? Android development is an interesting and exciting project to start and we know there is a new trend of E-books. You can develop apps for your phone and even sell them at Google Play store. However, it is important to hone your android development skills before you […]

January 25, 2016

Picasso : Image Loading Library for Android tutorial

An Image Loader Library for Android developed by Square named Picasso as a library .Picasso is an open source media management framework for Android that wraps media decoding, memory and disk caching, and resource pooling into a simple and easy to use interface. Picasso supports fetching, decoding, and displaying images. Picasso includes a flexible API that allows developers to plug in to almost any network […]