Android Tutorial for Beginner 2018 – #4 ( PART -1 ) Radio Button, CheckBox, Switch, EditText, Textview and Button
Android application development 2018 for beginners
In this Android Application Development tutorial for beginner 2018 video you will get to know about Android widgets like Android Textview, android Edittext, android Button, android Radio Button, android Switch, android CheckBox.
* Android studio Button handle using OnCreate method
* Android studio Textview tutorial including text alignment, text style and other properties
* Android studio Edittext tutorial including edittext hint
* Android studio button handling using OnCreate method in android studio
* Android studio tutorial also includes android Radiobutton
* Android studio tutorial for beginners 2018 includes android Checkbox – how to get checked value from Checkbox
* Android studio tutorial for beginners 2018 also includes android Switch button – how to get selected state from switch button in android studio
Small Android project built in Android studio which includes-
– How to create an Android Textview in android studio
– How to create an Android EditText in android studio
– How to create an Android Button in android studio
– How to create an Android Switch and get the selected text in android studio
– How to create an Android Radio Button and Radio Groups in android studio
– How to create an Android Checkbox in android studio
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– Android tutorial for beginners 2018
– Android studio tutorial for beginners 2018
– Android application development 2018 for beginners
– Android tutorial for Textview
– Android tutorial for Edittext
– Android tutorial for Button
– Android tutorial for CheckBox
– Android tutorial for Switch
– Android tutorial for Radio Button
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