Android AutoCompleteTextView Control

AutoCompleteTextView control is somewhat similar to the EditText control. The only difference is that an AutoCompleteTextView will display a list of suggestions for the user. These suggestions will appear in the form of a drop-down list whenever the user starts typing. The user then needs to select one of the options from the drop-down listRead More

Android EditText Control

An EditText control can be defined as an overlay over the TextView control. It is configured in such a way that the EditText field can be edited. In fact, it is a subclass of the TextView base class but it possesses rich editing properties. Also Read: Android TextView Control List of EditText Attributes In the below-provided table,Read More

Android TextView Control

A TextView is one of the UI controls which is assigned to display a text to the user. With this UI control, the end user also sometimes gets the option to edit the text. This UI control is generally considered as a complete text editor but the basic class does not allow the editing ofRead More

Android Theme Demo Example

In this chapter, we will be covering a step-to-step guide to use an Android theme in your application. Here, we will be modifying the default AppTheme theme. In here, we will make sure to change the default font, font size, font family, and other details. Let’s begin with the creation of a basic Android applicationRead More

Android Styles and Themes

An Android Style code carries the definition of the format and the look for the user interface (UI). Android style can either be applied to a View or to the whole application. For applying the style on an individual View, the developer needs to work on the layout file. And if the style is requiredRead More

Android Style Demo Example

In this chapter, we will be considering an example with which you can understand the creation of the Style for each of the individual components. Let’s initiate with the creation of an Android application. For this, you just need to follow the given steps one by one. Also Read: Android Broadcast Receiver Step 1: Start withRead More

Android Custom Components

Custom components can easily be defined as the implementation of your required components along with the built-in components. This can be achieved by extending the subclass along with your own defined class. Also Read: Android UI Control We all know that Android offers a vast range of built-in widgets. From Gallery to RadioButton, from CheckBoxRead More

Android UI Controls

An application’s user interface becomes interactive by adding input controls to it. An Android application contains a number of UI controls in it. A few of the example of UI controls are text fields, drop-down list, checkbox, buttons, toggle buttons, and many others. Also Read: Android Broadcast Receiver A View object displays components on the screenRead More

Android Broadcast Receiver

Broadcast Receivers is that application component which is responsible for responding to the broadcast messages sent either by the system or by other applications. These broadcast messages are also known as events or intents. For an instance, an application broadcasts a message to other applications about the availability of the downloaded data. This broadcast messageRead More

Android Fragments

A fragment is that part of an activity which is responsible for enabling the modular activity design. Also Read: Android Content Providers Points to Remember About Fragment The below list will enlighten a few points about the fragment. * A fragment follows its own layout and a set of behavior. This is achieved by the helpRead More