Month: August 2017

Android Intergation

Google Places Autocomplete

Main Objective of this blog post is to explain how to integrate autocomplete places in an Android Studio . The autocomplete service in the Google Places API for Android returns place predictions in response to user search queries. The autocomplete widget is a search dialog with built-in autocomplete functionality. As a user enters search terms, the widget presents a list of […]

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Android Development

TabLayout Using ViewPager

This article shows you how to create tab layout using fragments and viewpager. Tablayout Tab Layout provides a horizontal layout to display tabs. Population of the tabs to display is done through Tablayout. We can display more screens in a single screen using tablayout. ViewPager Layout manager that allows the user to flip left and […]

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Android Development

RecyclerView using CardView

This article shows you how to create recyclerview using cardview and to hide toolbar on scroll down of view. Android RecyclerView and Android CardView got introduced in Android Lollipop with Material Design. Android RecyclerView is a more advanced, powerful and flexible version of the ListView. Android RecyclerView is similar to ListView except that it forces us to use RecyclerView.ViewHolder class to hold the […]

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Android Security

Security While Sending the Data to Server Using SSL(Secure Sockets Layer)

This article describes how to create a secure socket from an android device to a server using a certificate. It explains how to create a key that Android can use, write a secure server socket, a client socket and send information back and forth between them. Security is a major part of any Android device. Android […]

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Android Language

Kotlin For Android Developer

This article shows you how to use Kotlin language for Development of Android application. The Android team announced during Google I/O 2017 that Kotlin is now an official language to develop Android Apps. This means that, while it’s still possible to develop Android Apps using Java, from now on Kotlin is fully supported and Google […]

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