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Android RecyclerView Example with ItemClick(part II)

In the previous article, we have already talked about how to work with RecyclerView with a simple example. Now In this article, we will talk about how to display the description of an item in another activity on clicking of a button of each RecyclerView Item. Get GITHUB code from here. Updating Existing Project 1 …

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Android how to Integrate Rewarded and Native Ads in your App(part II)

In the previous article, How to Integrate Banner and Interstitial Ads in your App(Part I)  we have talked about how to integrate 2 different types of ads in your application, Banners ads and Interstitial ads. Now In this article, we will talk about how to integrate the other two ads in your application ie. Rewarded …

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Android how to Integrate Banner and Interstitial Ads in your App(Part I)

AdMob is a multi-platform mobile ad network that allows you to monetize your android app. It is very useful particularly when you are publishing a free app and want to earn some money from it. Integrating AdMob is such an easy task that it takes not more than 5mins. In this article, I will teach …

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Android App Widgets with collections

App widgets with collections In the earlier versions of Android, app widgets could only display views like TextView, ImageView, etc. But what if we want to show a list of items in our widget? For example, a collection of pictures from a gallery app, or a collection of emails/messages from a communication app. Collection widgets …

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Android App Widgets with Example

In this article, we will talk about Android Widgets, how to add Widgets into our application and also how to work with it with a simple example. What is an App Widget? App Widgets are miniature application views of an app’s most important data and functionality that is accessible right from the user’s home screen …

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Android ConstraintLayout Animation:Part II

In the previous article, Android ConstraintLayout Animation: Part I we have talked about how to implement keyframe animation with a simple example using ConstraintLayout and ConstraintSet.We also peeked into few methods which made our animation possible. Now In this article, we’ll see another use-case and we’ll also learn how to implement other transition effects. Let’s …

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Android ConstraintLayout Animation:Part I

In this tutorial, we will talk about how to implement ConstraintLayout Animations in our Android Application using a simple example. ConstraintLayout Animations Animations make your app look polished, improve engagement, and are fun to build. With ConstraintLayout it’s easy to build complex animations involving several views at once and to do so, we need to …

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Android Creating Complex Layouts using ConstraintLayout

Android ConstraintLayout helps you to create large and complex layouts with a flat view hierarchy without nested view groups. This helps to create high performing layouts. Android Studio’s Layout Editor makes it really easy to define the constraints for the views. ConstraintLayout, which is now the default layout in Android Studio, gives you many ways …

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Android Getting Started With Constraint Layout

In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of creating Android views by using ConstraintLayout to build the UI of your application. A great Android app not only needs to have a beautiful UI but also optimized performance. Android provides various types of layouts that use different methods to contain child views and determine their positions. Layouts …

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Android Options Menu Example

Android Options Menu The options menu is the primary collection of menu items for an activity. It’s where you should place actions that have a global impact on the app, such as “Search” “Compose email” and “Settings.” You can declare items for the options menu from either your Activity subclass or a Fragment subclass. If both your activity and fragment(s) declare …

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