Advanced Android

Advanced Android Database
Even though this tutorial is named as Advanced Android Database, there is nothing advanced in Android database. The last Basic Android Database tutorial explains the quick and dirty way of using SQLite database in your application...

Android 6.0 Runtime Permission Model
The new runtime permission model introduced in Android 6.0 is an important issue to be considered by Android developers. Until Android 6.0, as a developer you might defined the required permissions in the AndroidManifest.xml...

Android Customized ListView
In the last tutorial of Android tutorial series, we developed a simple ListView application. This tutorial enhance the same application by customizing the ListView. After completing this tutorial, you must be able to...

Android Navigation Drawer
The navigation drawer is a panel that displays the app’s main navigation options on the left edge of the screen. It is hidden most of the time, but is revealed when the user swipes a finger from the left edge of the screen or...

Android RecyclerView
The RecyclerView widget is a more advanced and flexible version of ListView. This widget is a container for displaying large data sets that can be scrolled very efficiently by maintaining a limited number of views. Use the...

Deploy and Upgrade Android Database From External Directory
The ExternalSQLiteImporter library allows you to build your SQLite database on your desktop computer, and to import and use it in your Android application. This library has two separate ways to maintain your database...

Import and Use External Database in Android
This article explains the usage of an Android library which is helpful to import and use external SQLite database into your Android application. It has been a problem for Android developers to release an application with some...

Import Database with Images in Android
This tutorial explains, how to store images in such a database and pack it in your application. In other words, we are going to create a database with images from our desktop computer and import it into an Android application...

Inject Views on Android
Have you ever get irritated by the unlimited number of findViewById method calls and complex on-click-listeners? Obviously they increase the complexity of the code and they consume more time as well. Butter Knife is a perfect...

Custom Font in Android
This tutorial shows you, how to develop an application in your local language. Since some Android phones have problems with Unicode, you can use custom true-type fonts for your application. The same technique can be used...

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