Tutorials

Tutorials related to Android Programming and much more. Learn how to develop Android mobile apps step by step

FRAGMENT IN ANDROID

Fragment in Android(Add,Delete and Replace)

A fragment is a chunk part of an Activity which is used for achieving Panel Based Designing, to achieve reusability of GUI as well as to show effective GUI(large screen). It is added after...
RatingBar in Android

RatingBar in Android Studio

In Android, RatingBar is an extension of SeekBar and ProgressBar which shows the rating in stars. RatingBar is a subclass of AbsSeekBar class. The user has to touch and drag to the left and...
Android SQLite Database Tutorial

Android SQLite Database Tutorial (ADD, DELETE, FETCH)

SQLite is an open-source and relational database management system. Compared to SQL server and Oracle, it is very light in weight. It is a serverless i.e., not a client-server based management system. It doesn’t require...
Google Map Tutorial in Android Studio

Google Map Tutorial in Android Studio [Step by Step]

Google Maps is one of the many applications bundled with the Android platform. In Addition, to simply using the Maps application, you can also embed it into your own applications and make it do...
Android Runtime Permissions with Dexter Library

Android Runtime Permissions with Dexter Library

Dexter Library is used to easily access runtime permissions. As Marshmallow has provided facility to grant permissions but still for granting each and every permission, the developer needs to write long and tedious codes....
SeekBar Tutorial With Example

SeekBar Tutorial With Example

SeekBar is an extension of ProgressBar that adds a draggable thumb. The user can touch thumb and drag left or right to set the SeekBar progress level. SeekBar and RatingBar are the subclasses of AbsSeekBar....

Change App Background Colour in the Android Studio

In this tutorial, we will take about how you can change app background colour in the android studio using the Radio Button inside Radio Group. Developing boring Apps and publishing them just the sake for...
Android AutoCompleteTextView Example

Android AutoCompleteTextView Example

Android AutoCompleteTextView gives you suggestions based on a character you have typed. It makes easy for users to search the word as they don't have to type complete words. AutoCompleteTextView will show a drop-down menu and we...