Circular Determinate ProgressBar – Android Studio Tutorial

By default Android only offers a circular indeterminate ProgressBar, that has a spinning animation and indicates that something is loading, but doesn’t show the actual progress. If we want a determinate progress bar that shows the progress, we usually have to set it to a horizontal ProgressBar with style=”?android:progressBarStyleHorizontal”.
In this video you’re going to learn, how to create a circular determinate ProgressBar with the progressDrawable attribute and a self made XML drawable.

Example code:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/circular-determinate-progressbar

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How to create Progress Bar in android studio | Android Studio Tutorials 2017

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Hey fellas! Welcome back to Tech Shree…. In this tutorial i am going to show how to create and make use of Progress Bar in android phones!

Description about ProgressBar in android:
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Android’s ProgressBar widget displays visual work-in-progress indication to the user. A determinate progress bar displays how far the operation has progressed. An indeterminate progress bar just displays that work is being done.!
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TUTORIAL DESCRIPTIONS:
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1) Creating and making use of Progress Bar.
2) Directly calling the Widget.
3) Changing the default Progress Bar to Widget.ProgressBar.Horizontal.

Awesome Widgets used:
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1) Progress Bar

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1) Designing in XML part.
2) Using the concept of Threads.
3) Exceptions handling concepts used for some animations (Sleep time).
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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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How to Add an Up Button to the AppBar – Android Studio Tutorial

In this tutorial we are going to implement an up/back button into our app, which navigates us back to our parent Activity. For this we have to make some small changes in our Manifest.xml file.

If you dont know, how to open a new Activity (for example by clicking a Button), watch this video first:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgIUdb-7Rqo

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How to Make a Tic Tac Toe Game in Android – Part 2 – 2D ARRAY AND CHECKING FOR A WINNER

In part 2 of the Android Studio Tic Tac Toe tutorial, we will create a 2 dimensional array of buttons, we will dynamically assign them with findViewById and set OnClickListeners on them by using a nested for-loop.
We will handle the clicks on our playing field, switch between players and implement a method that checks for a winner at the end of each turn, by going through all rows, columns and diagonals of our playing field and checking if one of them has 3 matching fields. An integer variable will count each round, so we know, that if we don’t have a winner after 9 rounds, we have a draw.

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Source code:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/tic-tac-toe/part-2

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