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Posted by weimenglee 3 years 26 weeks ago In the previous article, you saw the various basic views such as the TextView, EditText, Button, and how you can use them in your Android applications. In this article, we shall continue our exploration of another three categories of views - Picker views, List views, and Display views. The views discussed include:
Posted by weimenglee 3 years 21 weeks ago In this final installation of the Android Views series of articles, we shall continue our exploration of another category of views - Menu views, and some additional cool views. The views discussed include: Context Menu Options Menu AnalogClock DigitalClock WebView Note: for all the examples in this article, you shall use the project created in the previous article.
Posted by weimenglee 3 years 31 weeks ago In the previous article on Android UI you saw the components that make up the UI of an Android application. The basic unit of the Android UI is the View. A View represents a widget that has an appearance on the screen.
Posted by weimenglee 3 years 39 weeks ago So far in my previous few articles on Android I have focused on showing you how to get things done in Android without really spending too much time discussing the visual aspect of Android application development - User Interface design. In this article, and the next, I will walk you through the various elements that make up the UI of an Android application. In this first part of the article, I will discuss the various layouts available in Android to position the various widgets on your screen. Android Screen UI Components Up to this point, you have seen that the basic unit of an Android application is an Activity .