In the last article, Android: Your first Android Application, we created a simple login screen, but didn’t had time to go in deeper in the UI XML structure. In this article I will explain the basics of creating an UI via XML resource. I’ll use the XML file from previous example here.
Monthly Archive: January 2009
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A few days ago, Apple was awarded with the patent #7,479,949, titled "Touch screen device, method, and graphical user interface for determining commands by applying heuristics". In other words, this means that there won’t be any handsets with Multi-Touch devices out of there other than Apple devices, at least in the U.S. This is especially …
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Before getting started, you first need to download and install the Android SDK. But first, if you meet the requirements. In order to use the Android SDK, you need to have JDK 5 or JDK 6 installed on your system (JRE alone won’t do it!). Next you’ll need an IDE (it’s optional, but makes developing …
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