15 quirky Android XML layout parameters to know

15 quirky Android XML layout parameters to know

After working on Android widgets for the last two years I’ve learned a lot about limitations, inconsistencies, and ghostly parameters in Android XML layout files. Some parameters are simply “overly clever” so I’ll offer some standard settings you should use.

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Android Development Tools

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Here are few important android development tools

1] XAppDbg: XAppDbg is an app development tool that can be used to change parameters in your code during runtime. This can save you a lot of time, since you don’t have to build and run your application for each small change. Go to the XAppDbg page to download and learn more about this open sourced tool.
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Android vs iOS guide for newbies

In tech years, the iOS vs. Android argument seems like it is half a century old and has stretched the limits of human tolerance for passive-aggressive retorts. Since 2008 the ongoing comparisons between these operating systems have been in the spotlight because of the growing Android market and the possible iOS expectation that everything be done through Apple and with Apple products.

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Dissect layouts using Android’s Hierarchy View

Wouldn’t it be great if when you came across a user interface (UI) that really works you could get a behind-the-scenes look at the blueprints that brought together all those layouts, widgets, and views in such an ideal manner? Well guess what? You can do so, and I highly recommend you get into the habit of it.

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Generate javadoc

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I just completed my one project it is special because first time i generated javadoc for it. It looks superb and its very simple just follow below steps provided you have written all the comments while coding. Like author, class description, method parameters, return values, method description. Continue reading