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AlertDialog in Android is an alert message that appears in the form of a pop-up consisting of four elements namely a title, a message, a… Read More
Continuous integration (CI) is a software development process in which the team members can integrate their work. It involves an automated build or test that… Read More
A vector is a set of points, lines, and colors associated with any image object defined inside an XML file. All these associated attributes are… Read More
AlertDialog is a flash or an alert message with options that let the user proceed or deny any process or action. AlertDialog generally consists of… Read More
Android Device ID is a unique code, string combinations of alphabets and numbers, given to every manufactured android device. This code is used to identify… Read More
The relative layout is used to arrange the child views in a proper order which means arranging the child objects relative to each other. Generally,… Read More
If you’ve been developing Android Apps for some time, you’re probably already tired of working with findViewById in your day-to-day life to recover views. Or… Read More
Kotlin is a programming language designed specifically for Android and JVM i.e. Java Virtual Machine. The language is quite popular among developers and you need… Read More
GitHub Actions is a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform that allows you to automate your build, test, and deployment pipeline. CI/CD methodology provides… Read More
In Android applications, Activities and Fragments are from the foundation of the UI layer. It is now standard practice to load the UI with multiple… Read More
Creating UI in Jetpack compose is fun, but it can be a blocker if we want to write some functionalities in our app which is… Read More
A ListView in Android is a scrollable list used to display items. Data, which is a list or array of items fetched from a source… Read More
This article describes how to define the relationship between entities in the Room persistence library. Because SQLite is a relational database, entities can be related… Read More
A Button in Android is basically a subclass of TextView, which lets the user press or click it to perform an action. Buttons generally contain… Read More
Checkbox is a UI element mostly found in websites and applications around us. They are square-shaped boxes ahead of a choice or a statement. When… Read More

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