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In this tutorial I'll show you a simple time meter example. It can be used for checking the running time of your algorithms. It's useful when you need to decide wich solution is faster/better than an other. It just a simple helper code, but if you made some changes on it, can be a part of any final project, like benchmarking or testing workarounds.
This demo shows how to speed up the original autocomplete textview assuming that we can work with ordered data.
Let's prepare a simple test environment, which demostrate the difference between the two versions. Then let's generate a few thousand test data, and create two textviews from which we will speed up the second one.
In this tutorial, I show you how to encrypt a string with public key in Android.
First we make a 2048-bit RSA private key in linux:
- $ openssl genrsa -out private_key.pem 2048
Then convert private Key to PKCS#8 format, what Java can read: (in...
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OMAP3 processors used by the device are available. In this example,Milestone, Milestone 2, Droid, Droid 2 Global, Droid X, A853/A854. Other devices run this processor on higher frequencies, some even run it on 1,2 ghz.
The first step root. Superoneclick, it can be done in 5 minutes. 2.2.2 is no problem with it can be given to...
In this little tutorial I’m going to show you how to detect multitouch event on an Activity screen.
First of all let’s create a class next to the Main activity that called MultitouchView. It extends View:
- public class MultitouchView extends...
In android there are 4 basic types of animations:
This animations can be highly customized and combined, for example we can set the speed, delay, acceleration, duration of animations, then group them together in an AnimationSet.
Animations can be applyed as Layout animations to ViewGroups, to be triggered when the ViewGroup is created/displayed or applied to any view...
In this tutorial I'll present you a simple exception handler class for Android. The class can invoke and display exceptions and it can be upgraded very easy for your further needs.
In android creating spinners - known as comboboxes or Drop-down list in other systems - is easy. However giving them a basic design is a little tricky.
In most application we dont want to add custom design to spinners, but at least we want thicker items in the list. With the default look, people will have trouble hitting the desired item.
The code, one may try at first, to fill a spinner with elements, will probably look like this:
The layout xml 'mylayout.xml':
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