Extended floating action buttons are used for a special type of promoted action. They are distinguished by an icon and a text floating above the UI and have special motion behaviors related to morphing, launching, and the transferring anchor point. Extended floating action buttons may have icon and text, butRead More →

Exit Dialog for Android Application   This is an example of implementing simple Exit Dialog with two options, YES, and NO. The code is simple and straight forward. All you need to do is to override onBackPressed() in your activity and add a simple AlertDialog (you can find tutorial aboutRead More →

In this post, we will give a short review of the tips for software developers from the book “The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master” by authors  Andrew Hunt and David Thomas, published by Addison-Wesley, 2000. This is not a new book but the guidelines for developers given in this book areRead More →

This example is targeting conversion of Base64 String to Image and representing that image on screen. The advantages of using Base64 string to image is the load times, especially if you are getting the image from server. The downside of using Base64 String is that the encoded file will beRead More →

In this example we will cover how to create a simple web button for web. It is just for showing how to add a button element and listen to the click event happening when users clicks on it. For that, we are going to use alert feature to show howRead 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 →