Android Development - Bounce Animation | Musings of the Bare Bones Coder Android Development - Bounce Animation | Musings of the Bare Bones Coder In this brief post I’ll go over how to implement a bare bones bounce animation on some hard-coded text in an Android app. To achieve this effect, we will be using both a translate animation class and a bounce interpolator class, both provided by the Android SDK. [Edit:] Some readers wanted to see what this effect looked like, and I was thinking the same thing when I first published this. So below is a sample of what the effect looks. The Setup To demonstrate a simple bounce animation, we will capture any touch events and “bounce” some hard-coded text to the touched location with a horizontal offset of 100.
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Github Repo If your app only has one View, your app is probably pretty boring. However, if you’re building an interesting app you’ll probably have to switch between multiple Views, maybe go back and forth and have some nice animations. You could write your animations and manually do the transitioning yourself but once you get more than 2 or so Views that’s gonna get tough to keep up with (and messy!). Using a Slide Transition with the Android ViewFlipper « Kevin Rohling's Blog Using a Slide Transition with the Android ViewFlipper « Kevin Rohling's Blog
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How to use HttpURLConnection POST data to web server? Here is one sample. ... public static String excutePost(String targetURL, String urlParameters) { URL url; HttpURLConnection connection = null; try { //Create connection url = new URL(targetURL); connection = (HttpURLConnection)url.openConnection(); connection.setRequestMethod("POST"); connection.setRequestProperty("Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"); connection.setRequestProperty("Content-Length", "" + Integer.toString(urlParameters.getBytes().length)); connection.setRequestProperty("Content-Language", "en-US"); connection.setUseCaches (false); connection.setDoInput(true); connection.setDoOutput(true); How to use HttpURLConnection POST data to web server?
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Welcome to the last installment in the Android multi-touch series! The purpose of this series is to show you how to develop multi-touch programs for Android-based phones, tablets, and other devices. It was excerpted with permission from Hello, Android! (3rd edition), published by the Pragmatic Bookshelf. Over the course of this series we've been working on a simple image viewer that lets you move and zoom a picture on the screen with touch gestures. This part wraps up the example with the code that implements multi-touch pinch zooming. How to use Multi-touch in Android 2: Part 6, Implementing the Pinch Zoom Gesture How to use Multi-touch in Android 2: Part 6, Implementing the Pinch Zoom Gesture
Installing HTC Incredible Android SDK Drivers | In order to debug on your new HTC Incredible smartphone on Windows 7, you need to install USB drivers from Google. Well, it turns out that the phone is too new for Google to have included support for the Incredible in their driver package. Here is how I got it all working though. It may or may not work for you. Installing HTC Incredible Android SDK Drivers |
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zxing - Multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library with clients for Android, Java ZXing (pronounced "zebra crossing") is an open-source, multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java, with ports to other languages. Our focus is on using the built-in camera on mobile phones to scan and decode barcodes on the device, without communicating with a server. However the project can be used to encode and decode barcodes on desktops and servers as well. We currently support these formats: UPC-A and UPC-E

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Android is an Open Source platform for mobile devices. Initiated by Google, Android has received much attention. Android applications are developed using Java, although a special compiler converts class files to a proprietary, register-based virtual machine that is used on Android devices to execute applications. Android to iPhone Android to iPhone
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Posted by Rich “geekyouup” Hyndman, inspired by the fact that life just got that little bit easier Updated Dec 12 2012 It has been over a year since the ViewPager launched and in that time it’s been used by many developers to improve the user experience of their applications. Over the year the APIs have been updated, adding some new features and deprecating some old method signatures. Five methods in PagerAdapter have been deprecated in order to switch from using View in the method signature to using ViewGroup. Horizontal View Swiping with ViewPager Horizontal View Swiping with ViewPager
Android Tutorial: Creating and Using an SD Card in the Emulator - Streamhead In a previous post, I mentioned how user-friendly Android is for developers. There’s extensive documentation and information on the architecture, the different components and best practices. However, the documentation has a few blind spots. Many of the tools have little documentation and no usage examples. The information is there, it’s just hidden behind a few layers of Android theory. So I’m going to try and document a few of the basic things that you’ll probably need to know to start developing Android applications.
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