We are going to create an Android database in our application to store data. This is one of the multiple ways of using persistence in our system. Let’s take a look at the steps in Android databases development with SQLite3.
This is the third part of the series of articles on accessing the web with your Android application and retrieving data. This article will focus on the right element you have to use in your Android application when you are ‘doing a heavy task’ like accessing the Internet.
This is the second part of the article series on Android code to connect your app to the Internet and retrieve data. In this article we will use libraries to treat JSON strings we receive from the server.
The purpose of this article is to show Android developers an easy way to access web services using Android code. After that, I will add more interesting elements to the formula, elements that I think are important to use when we are accessing the Internet, like treating data using JSON libraries.
In this article we will learn how to play local video files in your Android application by coding it yourself. Easy and useful for your multimedia applications.
Using Services in Android allows us to have an application running in the background. But, what if we want to do a simple task in the background? AsyncTask is the answer.
This article will give the user basic notions about managing the Wifi in the Android development environment.
Anyone that writes software knows testing is a crucial part of the development process. Do you know how to do it in Android? Do you know what a JUnit is? In this article, we will introduce JUnits and begin explaining how to test your Android App with them.
In this article, we will see how to load a Image from an SD card to our Android project and show how to save it from our project to the SD card.
In this article we will see how to use a custom view (you create in xml) and use it as a row in a listview.\