AutoCompleteTextView – Android Studio Tutorial

In this video we will learn, how to use AutoCompleteTextView, which is a subclass of EditText and can show auto-complete suggestions when the user types something into the text input field.
We populate our suggestions popup with an ArrayAdapter to which we pass a string array. We will also change the comletionThreshold to change the number of characters the user has to type in to start getting suggestions. To customize it further we will also set a completionHint, change the popupBackground color and pass our very own layout for the dropdown list.

Example code:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/autocompletetextview

AutoCompleteTextView documentation:
https://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/AutoCompleteTextView.html

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How to Change the Position of the Default Toast – Android Studio Tutorial

In this video we will learn, how to change the positioning of the default Android toast message, by saving the Toast object we get returned from the makeText method in a variable, and then calling setGravity on it.

Example code:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/toast-position

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Published: 2018-03-25 16:05:20
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How to Create Welcome Screen (Splash Screen) in Android Studio

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Do you know that welcome window for an android app make it seem professional for the user.

So how it done ?
It’s very simple, give a look at code we used here:

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1,SPLASH_TIME_OUT to give action to Intent after this milli seconds
2, Intent homeIntent to open new (home) window

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MultiAutoCompleteTextView – Android Studio Tutorial

The MultiAutoCompleteTextView is similar to the AutoCompleteTextView (Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB3ETK5mh3c), but it can handle more than one input and automatically separates multiple strings with a comma. For this we have to set a CommaTokenizer on it.

Example code:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/multiautocompletetextview

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How to Make a Button Open a New Activity – Android Studio Tutorial

In this video we will learn, how to open a new Activity from a Button click. For this we will create a new Intent and pass it to the startActivity method.

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Published: 2017-10-11 20:18:26
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What’s new in Android Studio 3.1

Android Studio 3.1 release introduces highly requested improvements to the Android Profilers, including C++ profiling, class and method filtering in CPU and memory profilers, as well as request data and threads view in the network profiler. Enhanced Room support means you now get autocompletion and can now refactor across SQL and Java/Kotlin code.

On the tools side, D8 is the new default dexer, replacing dx. It produces smaller and more optimized bytecode and offers a better debugging experience. For Kotlin, running lint checks is now supported from the command line.

Finally, the Android Emulator now lets you resume saved emulator sessions in seconds thanks to Quick Boot and offers system images for APIs 25 and 26 with full Play Store.

Read more in the release notes:
Android Studio – https://goo.gl/J7zb57
Android Plugin for Gradle – https://goo.gl/CYffmK
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Published: 2018-03-23 18:39:22
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