Material Alerter Pop-Up in Android App | Android Studio 2.3.3 | Android Libraries Tutorials


Welcome back my viewers, today we are adding Android Material Alerter Pop Up into our Android Application.

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Goal: The Android Application Development Series where I cover each and every topic inside Android Studio that is required for easy understanding and proper usage of Android Studio. By the end of this course, I can guarantee that you can build your own desired Android App and upload it into Google Play Store and earn money from your users.

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Simple Login App Tutorial Using Android Studio 2.3.3 (NEW)

A Simple Login App which takes the user input and compares it with a string and on correct login it lets the user enter the app else it displays the number of attempts remaining and after 5 incorrect attempts the login button gets disabled!

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Channel: Professor DK
Published: 2017-07-24 05:46:49
Duration: 19M48S
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How to add a fragment programmatically to Android Studio

In this video I am going to show you how to:
add a fragment to android studio programmatically with a fragment manager and a fragment transaction.
This process will take about 3 minutes but by the time we are finished here, you will know everything about how to add fragments to android studio programmatically.
I guarantee you will learn something of value in this video.

In this video we will be using Android Studio Version 2.3.3
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Channel: John’s Android Studio Tutorials
Published: 2017-10-23 19:19:50
Duration: 3M27S
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How to Customize Android Theme & Background | Android Studio 2.1.2 | Updated

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In this tutorial, I will be showing you that ‘How to Totally customize a android app in Android Studio

Here, I made a layout with a background which i designed after googling it on Google Images, Then I added a custom TextView with a custom font available in Android Studio itself, Then a button (no button handler was used) with a custom background for it too !

I just called the app as Custom Layout Mania !!

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Lucky ! Here we only dealing with XML (No java is maintained !)

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Published: 2016-08-01 02:16:53
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Android Studio Tutorials – 44 : Custom ListView in Android

This video tutorial will explain how to create CustomListView in Android
Channel: rams android
Published: 2017-01-11 16:06:24
Duration: 10M25S
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How to create Custom Dialogs in Android

How to create Custom Dialogs in Android, In this video I will show you how to show Custom Dialogs, Alert dialogs, Progressbar dialogs, show an activity as dialog. With this tutorial, you can learn how to implement various types of dialogs in Android Applications.

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Channel: Karthik M
Published: 2017-05-18 04:58:51
Duration: 41M26S
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