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Category Archives: Android

Are you among the ones who want to learn Android App Development from the beginning? Are you someone who doesn’t have any idea about Android… Read More
In this blog, we will learn about one of Android’s most fascinating topics. Even most of us are unaware of it, despite the fact that… Read More
Now as we are aware of Methods/Functions in android we know that every library has a large number of pre-built methods. In many, we have… Read More
A prime number is a natural number greater than 1, which is only divisible by 1 and itself. First few prime numbers are : 2… Read More
In android development, data are presents in a form of files, shared preferences, and databases. We have data in different format according to task our… Read More
Prior to Android 12, users had to remove their current widget and add it again with the new configuration when changing a widget. Android 12… Read More
As a developer when you work on locations in Android then you always have some doubts about selecting the best and efficient approach for your… Read More
In android, we can use ViewModel to share data between various fragments or activities by sharing the same ViewModel among all the fragments and they… Read More
Android 12 introduces the SplashScreen API, which allows all apps to use a new app to start an animation. When you or the user starts… Read More
When configuring a new Android smartphone, many users still maintain their own passwords. This manual procedure can be time-consuming and frequently results in a bad… Read More
We’ve taken it a step further in WorkManager 2.6 by adding support for Workers to operate in any process and allowing workers to be tied… Read More
When building an Android application, we require different Android device components such as the camera, GPS, and so on. So, in order to use these… Read More
Have you ever experienced a negative experience while doing an API request in your Android application? Or perhaps you encountered an error that rendered your… Read More
While writing the code for your Android app, there may be some lines of code that are unnecessary and may increase the size of your… Read More
In this article, we’ll look at how to utilize Kotlin code in our current Java code using @JvmStatic, @JvmOverloads, and @JvmField in Kotlin. You may… Read More