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How to Create Android Notepad App – Part 2

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Android NotePad App Tutorial

This post is a step by step tutorial on how to add data persistence to the Android Notepad app we create in the last post.   You are highly encouraged to read the last posts to get the most out of this tutorial especially if you are new to Android development. In that post, we left off with a functioning RecyclerView […]

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How to Create Android Notepad App – Part 1

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This post is the first of a two-part tutorial series that will focus on how to create an Android Notepad App. These two posts are the completion of my post on Android SQLite and Content Provider. If  you have not read those two posts, you may want to do so especially if you are new to Android […]

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Learn Date and Time in Android

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Working with date and time is one of the common task Android developers perform. The framework provides a lot of tools and helper classes to help developers work with date and time in Android so we will start our tutorial by examining the common terms and concept that you will encounter when you work with […]

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How to Implement Android In App Purchases

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In app purchase is one of the main monetization options for Android apps. Android in app purchase combines what used to be the “free” version and “paid” version together. With in app purchase or IAP you no longer need to have  a free version of your app that users  try before deciding if they should […]

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How To Fill PDF Form in Android

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This is the third post in my programmatic PDF series. In this post I will show how to fill out a PDF form in Android using the iTextG library. Just like any other form format (paper, html, etc) PDF forms allows you to fill in the blanks of a pre-formatted document. For an Android App this […]

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How to Convert Android View to PDF

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In this blog post I will show you how to convert an Android View to PDF using iTextg library. In my last post, I showed how to create a PDF in Android from scratch. That is the preferred way, today I want to you how you can create PDF quicker by turning the Android view you […]

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Custom Android Navigation Drawer

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In this blog post ,I will show  a walk-through on how to create a custom Navigation Drawer using the auto generated Android Studio Navigation Drawer template. This also applies if you are working with the ADT plugin in Eclipse. Using the auto generated Android Studio Navigation Drawer gives you are great head start for most […]

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