Disable Button When EditText Is Empty (TextWatcher) – Android Studio Tutorial

In this video we will learn how to use the TextWatcher’s onTextChanged method to listen for input changes in an EditText field. This way we can for example enable/disable a button depending if there is text typed into a login form or not.

Example code:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/textwatcher-enable-disable-button

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Firestore Tutorial Part 2 – SETTING UP FIREBASE & FIRST DOCUMENT – Android Studio Tutorial

In part 2 of the Firestore tutorial, we connect a new Android Studio project to Firebase with help of the Firebase assistant and add the Firestore dependency.
When that’s done we upload our first document into our first collection, by retrieving the user input from 2 EditText fields, saving the input as strings in a HashMap together with their keys, and passing this HashMap to Firestore over a database reference that we get with the static Firestore getInstance method. For this we simply call the collection and document reference methods on our Firestore reference, pass strings for their names and lastly call the set method to pass our Map to this reference and set it as the fields on our first document.
We also add an OnSuccessListener and an OnFailureListener to have callbacks about the upload success.

Example code, setup guide link etc:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/firestore/part-2

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Channel: Coding in Flow
Published: 2018-04-05 20:43:00
Duration: 13M42S
Views: 242
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Make an Android App Like UBER | Getting everything ready | part 1 | Android Studio 3.0.1

Make an Android App Like UBER | Introduction | part 1 | Android Studio 3.0.1

Learn how to create an uber like android app

I’ll show you how you can do this in the simplest way and terms possible.

By the end of this series you’ll have learned how the big companies do it and will be able to do the same, you not only will be able to do this app, but you’ll be able to put what you learn into your very own projects!

Any question, ask me in the comments, every question gets an answer!

**In This Video**

Getting Everything Ready

1 – get start android – 00:20 – 01:55
2 – get start firebase – 02:00 – 06:45

**Links**

Project Download: https://goo.gl/imccvo
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part 0 : Introduction – https://youtu.be/5gzkVyw9Mug

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Channel: SAM FOUNDATION
Published: 2018-03-06 01:12:18
Duration: 7M20S
Views: 408
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Android: TextChanged Listener and TextWatcher

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Channel: Lecture Snippets
Published: 2014-11-16 21:43:51
Duration: 5M49S
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#10 Build a Wallpaper App in Android – Resetting Form

Welcome to this series guys. Throughout this series we will learn how to Build a Wallpaper App in Android with Admin Panel.

In this video we will learn how to reset the HTML form with JavaScript after saving the category.

Source Code: https://goo.gl/vXGwx7

In this series we will learn everything from scratch. We will learn
– Creating Admin Panel for Uploading and Managing Wallpapers
– Creating Android Application
– Integrating AdMob Ads
– Publishing App to Play Store

The prerequisites are
– You should know the basics of Android Studio and Android App Dev.
– HTML, CSS, JavaScript and jQuery

Tools Required Are
NodeJS: https://nodejs.org/en/
Visual Studio Code: https://code.visualstudio.com/
Android Studio: https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html

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Channel: Simplified Coding
Published: 2018-04-04 15:41:48
Duration: 8M1S
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Beautiful Bubble Chat Layout using 9-patch image Android Studio

In this video, you will learn about how to create a beautiful bubble chat conversation using 9 patch image in Android Studio. If you like the video please like, share and subscribe.
Channel: Programming Experts
Published: 2018-04-06 11:06:20
Duration: 8M56S
Views: 82
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