MaterialPercentDrawer Generally percent layouts can be a efficient way to utilising the screens of different resolutions percent wise in Android. It can be a better approach for using LinearLayout which is specified by weight. How to use? To make use of Percent support for your applications. Add the below lines in build.gradle […]
GCM Push notification: Generally push notifications are used to notify or intimate when the user gets any message from their server to their application through GCM. These messages are shown to the users in the status bar. So In this tutorial we are going to see how to handle push notification in android and testing […]
ShapeDrawable: The ShapeDrawable are used in most of the cases to draw shapes like oval, circle and rectangle. These are drawables which can be generated in both runtime or by creating xml’s in drawbale folder. GradientDrawable: The GradientDrawable are used to define the pattern based on start and end color value. It can also be […]
In this tutorial we are going to see how to customize RecyclerView by adding separate layout for header and footer. Create a static constants to determine the property of header, footer and list item.
Android provide built in support for various Storage systems. In that caching plays a major role in holding up the files or datas without allowing other applications to view or use from the Internal storage.
A bottom sheet is a sheet of material that slides up from the bottom edge of the screen and presents a set of clear and simple actions. Bottom sheets are primarily a mobile component.
Material AlertDialog has become easier to implement using latest version of AppCompat v22.1.0. It has come up with a awesome solution to make use of Material AlertDialog in pre Lollipop devices
RecyclerView The RecyclerView is the most advanced version of Android ListView, which was introduced in Lollipop with extended features for the views having multiple items.
It has always been a tough task to handle selector events in android for views by adding the selector resource files in a drawable folder without using multiple xml resources.
In this tutorial, we are going to see how to use default android support-v4 Material progress dialog. To do it so please copy the MaterialProgressDrawable sample class from the local sdk folder