Android supplies a toolbox of standard Vies to help you create simple interface. By using these controls, we can simplify your development and provide consistency between applications. The following list highlights some of the more familiar toolbox controls. 1. TextView : A standard read only text label. It supports multiline display, string formatting and automatic […]

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The NotificationManager class notifies a user that events have taken place. They can appear on the status bar at the top of the screen. Notification items can contain various views and are identified by icons you provide. The user can slide down the notification list to view notifications. The Task Reminder application uses the NotificationManager […]

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No. you can also program Android app in C/C++ and assembly NDK (Native Development Kit). The Android Native Development Kit (NDK) is the tool you will be using for C++ development on Android platform. The Android NDK is a companion toolset for the Android Software Development Kit (SDK), designed to augment the Android SDK to […]

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  An implicit Intent is a mechanism that lets anonymous application  service action requests.That means you can ask the systems to launch an Activity that can perform a given action without knowing which application or Activity will do so. When constructing a new implicit Intent to use with startAcitivity, we nominate an action to perform […]

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