There are different ways to implement a list of multiple line items on Android Apps. They can be used for data selection as well as drilldown navigation. ListView is a group that can display our scrollable items. Usually when the user click on a item, some action can be performed.
Our ListDemo will extend ListActivity and use an Android build-in list view, simple_list_item_1 layout. We will not care much in this part for performance or manage huge data, this will be covered on future post, so make sure you subscribe to our feeds. Our example will be an array with some data and make use of
In this Android Tutorial series, we will have some fun creating Buttons with listeners. So when we click (touch) a button some message will display or an action will be executed. Make sure you already read the Android Activity part.
Creating views, bind data to lists, interact with user etc is task that an Activity have to take care. We will have a deeper look to this class. Before continuing you have to install Android Studio, used on this tutorial and create a DemoApp.
An Android Virtual Device (AVD) is an emulator configuration that lets you model an actual device by defining hardware and software options to be emulated by the Android Emulator. In case that we don’t want to test every time our App on a smartphone, we have to create a new AVD. Sometimes this virtual device is really slow, and if you are running on a Intel machine, here is a trick how to make it faster.
How to use Responsive Nav
Put these into the head tag
<link rel="stylesheet" href="responsive-nav.css">
Put this right before the body closing tag
var nav = responsiveNav(".nav-collapse");
Demo Download Responsive Nav.zip
After the logo change, Yahoo! made another re-design. This time the mailbox have changed! I think is the third interface change on the last years. Lot of petitions are open to bring back the old design. If you are also not satisfied with the new Yahoo! design, there is a trick how to roll back.