Android Activity Lifecycle

Sunrise and sunsets are magical and fascinating to watch. What about that sensation you get when driving a supercar? Well, just like sunrise to sunset, from zero to 200 km/hr android activities go through some stages but I can promise you things happen so much faster. During sunrise the street lights spontaneously go off and birds […]

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Android Context

What is Context Class We find Context almost everywhere in Android Development and it is the most important thing in the Android Development, so we have to understand how to use it correctly. You can do almost nothing without context; without it your app is just plain Java code.  I come across a guy on […]

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Wireless App Debugging

Normally, developers use ADB over USB, but it is also possible to use ADB over Wi-fi. This saves programmers wire-related troubles like damaged USB ports and cables. Wireless debugging also enables you to test apps that require you to move around for testing. ADB is short for Android Debug Bridge.  It is a software that bridges the […]

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The Activity Class

Main Activity class Having looked at activity_main.xml layout file we are now ready to proceed to activity class. Just to recap, layout xml file takes care of our user interface while it is the java class files that contain the code for the logic of the app. With our project open in Android Studio click […]

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