Android Tutorial for Beginner 2018 – #4 ( PART -1 ) Radio Button, CheckBox, Switch

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.

Video Includes:
* 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

Video related to –
– 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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Android development can be a great way to turn your idea into reality or start a promising career as an app developer… and getting started is probably easier than you think.

These days Android Development is done with a tool called Android Studio. Android Studio is kind of like the Microsoft Word of writing Android apps; it helps organize our projects and gives us a user friendly way to create what we’re looking for.

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Channel: Treehouse
Published: 2018-04-20 20:59:23
Duration: 19M18S
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Building your first Flutter Widget

Watch Martin Aguinis from the Flutter team build and customize a widget for a shopping app from scratch. Flutter is Google’s mobile SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.

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Channel: Google Developers
Published: 2018-05-22 17:17:43
Duration: 10M5S
Views: 81083
Likes: 2015
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Tutorial: Android Studio, from zero knowledge to something basic

First Android tutorial! This uses Android Studio, the now official method of building Android apps, and walks through every detail step-by-step to get a basic application working. The functions of the end app are extremely basic, but hopefully this will help out anyone who wants to get over the hump and get some of their own code running on an Android device. Exciting stuff!

This is my first tutorial video, if you’re interested in more, have questions, or any constructive criticism, let me know! Planning to release more Android tutorials in the future.

Channel: Jonathan Warner
Published: 2015-02-01 21:19:18
Duration: 21M33S
Views: 469650
Likes: 2880
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ConstraintLayout Tutorial Part 1 – UNDERSTANDING CONSTRAINTS – Android Studio Tutorial

In this video series we are going to learn, how to use the ConstraintLayout, which is basically an improved RelativeLayout with a flatter view hirarchy, better performance and more functionality.

In this video we will learn, how to convert an existing layout into a ConstraintLayout, how to set and delete constraints, use the infer constraints and autoconnect functionality, switch between wrap_content, match_constraint and fixed size, change the margin and bias and everything else we need to get started with ConstraintLayout.

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Channel: Coding in Flow
Published: 2018-02-04 11:10:18
Duration: 9M49S
Views: 30860
Likes: 336
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Web Development in 2018 – A Practical Guide

We are about to start a new year and I have put together a guide for current and aspiring web developers to follow to get an idea of what it takes to be a full stack developer. From basic tools to html/css, JavaScript, UI frameworks like Bootstrap, server side technologies like Node.js, Python and PHP, frameworks like Laravel, Django and Ruby on Rails. I tried to include the most used technologies and give you the options to choose from with some of my own opinion and input.

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Channel: Traversy Media
Published: 2017-12-06 11:52:49
Duration: 40M57S
Views: 742552
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