Welcome to the third part of “The Beginner’s Guide to Android Development“. In this tutorial, we will continue our tutorial, implementing click handler to the button that we added in previous tutorial.
Welcome to the second part of “The Beginner’s Guide to Android Development“. In this tutorial, we will continue to learn some basic android development techniques, such as adding button to our app using XML.
The Relative Layout is an Android’s XML layout that displays child views in relative positions, which means that the position of an element / view such as ImageView can be placed on top, below, left or right of its parent or sibling views.
You should always make sure your launcher icon can be displayed properly on the installed devices by providing multiple version of icon for low, medium, high and extra-high screen. Here is the guide for you when you prepare your own one.
TableLayout, is a XML layout that used to organizes content into rows and columns. The concept of the table that defined using TableLayout is much same like the HTML’s table. It will be very easy to understand, if you come from web industry.
The Frame layout allows developers to display only a single or multiple UI elements within Frame Layout but each element will be positioned based on the top left of the screen, and elements that overlap will be displayed overlapping.