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Chronometer with millisecond–Custom component

As part of my new application, that i will publish on the market soon, i had to face the problem of creating/using a chronometer. What i need is a chronometer that can handle milliseconds....

Add sliding menu with animation to an Activity

I was playing around with animation, layers and so on and i have coded this simple tutorial: add sliding menu. The idea is very simple when user touches the screen and moves up his...

Android ListView Custom Filter and Filterable interface

This post describes how to use Android Listview custom filter. In the previous post we showed the way we can programming a custom adapter and a custom layout. One aspect we didn’t cover by...
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Android ListView Custom Adapter and Layout, ImageView and Checkbox adapter

This post describes how to use Android ListView custom adapter. In the last post, we talked about how we can interact with the user handling the item click events and the long click events....

Android ListView ArrayAdapter, Manage Items, User interaction

This post describes how to use Android Listview ArrayAdapter. In the last post we talked about the ListView widget and how we need an adapter to show items inside this widget. We showed how...

Android ListView Practical Tutorial: ArrayAdapter and User interaction

One of the UI components we use often is Android ListView. This tutorial describes how to use this Android UI component and how to use it in the right way. One interesting aspect is this component...

Multi touch in Android : onTouchEvent example

In this post i want to analyse how to handle multi touch in Android. Reading some posts around the net i found that are a bit confusing and not clear particularly when it comes...

How to support multiple screen in Android

One important aspect to consider is how to support multiple screen in Android. As we know, Android is an operating system installed on many devices. One of the most important consequence is that the...