Android App Development 2017: How to Use Radio Group and RadioButton

This is Android App Development 2017 and you’ll learn how to use Radio Group and Radio Button in Android. Radiogroup and radiobutton usually have to stay together because there are more than one radio inside the group. Fortunately, Android have a nice event handle for toggling the sum of the radiobuttons. This feature can be also used in the newest version of Android O, Android 7.2.

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Android App Development 2017: How to Use AutoCompleteTextView

This is Android App Development 2017 and you’ll learn how to use
Auto Complete TextView (AutoCompleteTextView) and how to use the item selected listener (OnItemClickListener) for the AutoCompleteTextView in Android. You will need to create and ArrayAdapter to attach the view in order to display data. You can create a custom layout to change to the text color or so.

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Published: 2017-05-01 06:17:16
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Tutorial Basic Radio App for MIT App Inventor part01

Learn how to make a simple internet radio App in App Inventor.
The idea is to stream content from an internet radio station and play it with our app inventor app.

In the tutorial I will show you how to make a simple radio app (1 station , one button) :
How to add a radio station (also how to find some radio stations)
How to play and stop the streaming using only one button
The tutorial is quite short but in next tutorials we will add more things like volume bar, graphics and more stations!
SO please stay tunned!

What is MIT App Inventor?
MIT App Inventor is an innovative beginner’s introduction to programming and app creation that transforms the complex language of text-based coding into visual, drag-and-drop building blocks. The simple graphical interface grants even an inexperienced novice the ability to create a basic, fully functional app within an hour or less
In 2015, the MIT App Inventor community consists of nearly 3 million users representing 195 countries. More than 100,000 active weekly users have built over 7 million android apps! As an open-source tool that seeks to make both programming and app creation accessible to a wide range of audiences…

MIT App Inventor has grabbed the attention of:

Formal and informal educators who have used MIT App Inventor to introduce programming to their Computer Science students, science club members, after-school programs’ attendees, and summer campers. Many educators have also started to use MIT App Inventor to develop apps in support of their own instructional objectives.
Government and civic employees and volunteers who have harnessed the power of MIT App Inventor to develop custom, often hyper-local apps in response to natural disasters and community-based needs.
Designers and product managers who have seen the potential that MIT App Inventor has to support the iterative design process via rapid prototyping, testing and iteration.
Researchers who use MIT App Inventor to create custom apps that can process their data collection and analysis requirements in a wide variety of fields from medical to social.
Hobbyists and Entrepreneurswho want to quickly turn an idea into an app without the cost or learning curve of more traditional app creation processes.
The MIT App Inventor team has five primary objectives:

Building capacity – App Inventor diligently strives to expand the compass of formal and informal mobile computing education for adults and youth around the world. We are actively engaged in developing and disseminating resources and training materials to support educators in creating new apps through our program.
Promoting computer science education – Through our blocks-based programming language, we are committed to promoting an alternative on-ramp to computational thinking education. From a policy perspective, we actively engaged in local and national conversations about standards. From an awareness perspective, we are eager to participate in and support large-scale campaigns reaching new audiences.
Sustaining and enhancing the tool – We have made a long-term commitment to sustaining and enhancing MIT App Inventor as a cutting-edge free service to users. To this end, we are continuously improving the tool, debugging and enhancing its performance, and adding new features.
Building enterprise enhancements – We work with public agencies and private corporations to support unique applications by developing custom features of MIT App Inventor in response to partner needs.
Conducting and supporting community research – MIT undergraduates, graduate students and collaborating institutions are actively engaged in conducting and publishing research while developing, testing and evaluating the use of MIT App Inventor around the world.
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Published: 2017-02-09 10:34:05
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How to Use Bottom Navigation Bar in Android Studio 2017

In this video, you will learn how to use Bottom Navigation Bar in Android Studio 2017 (Bottom Navigation View). This is a cool feature of the Material Design. BottomNavigationBar requires API 23 Android 6.0 at least to run. You will need to add a Gradle design 25 manually. Remember that you can only use Fragment in it, not Activity.

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Published: 2017-04-10 13:10:56
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27. HOW TO USE RADIO BUTTONS & GROUP IN ANDROID STUDIO | ANDROID APP DEVELOPMENT

ANDROID APP DEVELOPMENT – HOW TO USE RADIO BUTTON & GROUP IN ANDROID STUDIO

In this video you will learn what is a rasio button and how to use radio button in android button in android with an example.

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Published: 2016-07-02 04:31:37
Duration: 9M35S
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