Dialog`s for Android: Chapter two – Simple Dialog Here we have an example of Dialog in Android, much similar to previous example for Alert Dialog explained in my previous post, but more customizable. In this tutorial we are going to create one very simple dialog box with only title, andRead More →

Dialogs for Android: Chapter one – Alert Dialog In this topic we are going to discuss a little bit about the Alert Dialog used in Android applications, and in this post we are going to describe the simple Alert Dialog and further more the more complex Alert Dialog. First, theRead More →

Android service is one of the four main application components, Activity, Service, Brodcast Receiver and Conten Provider. A Service is a component that runs in the background to perform long-running operations. For example, a service might play music in the background while the user is in a different application, orRead More →

Web View implementation Web View is used to help us display a web page in our application without the need to call another application, like web browser, to show designated web page. This android feature can be explained simply as headless browser with no or limited functionality. This web viewRead More →

JavaScript is a lightweight, cross-platform, object-oriented computer programming language. Lightweight just means that the language doesn’t use much memory of the computer, and that it has a relatively simple syntax and features. Cross-platform just means that the language can be used on multiple platforms and systems. Оbject-oriented means that it’s a language that’s based on object.Read More →

What is fragment? It is a activity inside activity screen. In very simple terms, fragment is similar as an activity screen, but the only difference between them is that fragment cannot live outside its parent activity. Lets put it this way, we can have one activity screen like, let’s say,Read More →

Simple how-to-do left side navigation drawer with toolbar and items in it which are clickable and move you to another activity (screen), or whatever you like to do with them. First we will need a Home Activity (screen) and Home Activity layout for holding the navigation drawer layout, items inRead More →