Tag Archives: SDK

How to Make Two Buttons Take 50% Width in Android Layout

If you are not just yet very familiar with Android SDK, how its components work and what properties mean – you may find yourself struggling trying to do very simple things like having two buttons on the screen, each taking … Read More »»»

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How to Close Your Android Application on a Button Click

It’s a common thing to have a button in your application that will close and exit it, especially if you are used to Windows. In Android, however, it would normally be the operating system itself that takes care of such … Read More »»»

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Tip: Which Android Platform Version Should I Target?

So… You got an idea for an Android app, you are ready to code and, upon creating a new project, you got a choice, with dozens of versions ranging from 1.x to 4.x (as of this post). Which one should … Read More »»»

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Writing Your First Android Application: A Hello World Example – Part 2 – Understand the Application File Structure

Now that you have a working application open in Eclipse, there are all these crazy-ass files under Package Explorer that were created by the plugin. So, what do they do and which ones will you be dealing on a daily … Read More »»»

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Writing Your First Android Application: A Hello World Example – Part 1 – Create an App

Now that all the necessary tools are installed (see What Do You Need to Start Developing an Android App?), we can get to the fun part – coding. Grab yourself a keyboard, a monitor you can stare in and a … Read More »»»

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Writing Your First Android Application: What Do You Need to Start Developing an Android App?

So you decided to play around with Android and write an application. Your starting point is, of course, what do you need to write an app, possibly what language is it written in, and is there an IDE that you … Read More »»»

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How to Use Existing Interaction Client (IC) Connection in Your Addin

Every time you instantiate a session in your IC addin, a new connection is made to the I3 server. It does not matter whether it got connected or failed, it’s there. If your addin is specific to a user or … Read More »»»

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Developing an Interactive Client (IC) Addin, The Beginners Guide

There are two types of applications you can develop for Interaction Client: a plugin and an addin. A plugin, inherently from its name, is an application that will plug itself into the client itself and will be able to modify … Read More »»»

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