Finally Google Released the NDK, which allows developers to use native code/libraries in their code (programmed in C or C++) which can be used for intense CPU operations such as encoding/decoding or physics. You can download it here. For most Developers this isn’t much interesting, but if you need advanced stuff as implementing your own …
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When you’re developing application, there is often a need to create your own controls/widgets/classes or to extend already available ones. And in most cases, you want this control/widget to be as flexible as possible. In order to achieve this, you have to create special events, which can be handled outside of your widget. Some of …
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I’ve seen many people asking how to implement Listeners in their applications. Implementing a Listener is quite easy. There are 3 ways to implement an Listener and the have their advantages and disadvantages.
The tree way to implement Listeners are
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