ViewFlipper – Android Studio Tutorial

In this video we will learn how to use the ViewFlipper widget, which is a subclass of ViewAnimator and makes it easy to switch between different views at runtime.
We can set animations on it either in XML with android:inAnimation and android:outAnimation or in Java code with setInAnimation and setOutAnimation.
With showPrevious and showNext we can flip between views, or alternatively we can let the ViewFlipper switch views automatically either by calling startFlipping after setting an interval with setFlipInterval, or by setting autoStart to true.
With addView we can add dynamically created views to the ViewFlipper in Java code, like a TextView for example.

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

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Start App on Boot – Android Studio Tutorial

In this video we will learn how to automatically start an activity when we boot up the device, by registering a BOOT_COMPLETED broadcast receiver and starting a new intent in it’s onReceive method.
On this intent we have to set the FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK because we want to call startActivity from outside of an activity context.
To receive the boot broadcasts we have to add the RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED permission into the manifest file.
On some devices, BOOT_COMPLETED will not be triggered when the device gets restarted, so we will also add the QUICKBOOT_POWERON intent filter.

Example code:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/start-app-on-boot

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Published: 2018-04-20 18:19:40
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How to Request a Run Time Permission – Android Studio Tutorial

In this video we will learn, how to request a dangerous READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission at run time, which is necessary since Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), whereas before this permission would be granted at the installation process. For this we will use the checkSelfPermission and requestPermissions methods and show a rationale to the user at the appropriate time with the shouldShowRequestPermissionRationale method.

Source code:
https://codinginflow.com/code-examples/android/run-time-permission-request

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Published: 2017-11-16 11:33:47
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Tutorial ViewFlipper on Click in Android Studio 1.5.1

Tutorial step by step with free source code: how to make a slideshow (display pictures one after another), with ViewFlipper starting only on your Click on screen, in Android Studio version 1.5.
0:00 Create new project with Application name: ViewFlipper on Click; Minimum SDK: API 10 – Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread).
0:40 Add 5 pictures from your computer, in project folder app-res-drawable: picture1.jpg, picture2.jpg, picture3.jpg, picture4.jpg, picture5.jpg.
1:46 In app-res-layout-activity_main.xml create a ViewFlipper
2:51 In app-res-layout-activity_main.xml create 5 ImageView
6:26 In app-java-MainActivity complete the code.
7:24 Run your app in Emulator and see how the images begin to change after another, but only after you have clicked on the screen.
See more details and source code here:
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How to make Image Slider with ViewPager in Android Studio | Sanktips

In this video, we will see how to make an Image Slider with ViewPager in Android Studio. As we know Image Slider is the most popular thing, Even Google PlayStore uses image slider on its home page. As an Android Developer you should know how to implement this feature in your app.

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Android Studio Tutorial – Scrolling Image View

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An Android view for displaying repeated continuous side scrolling images. This can be used to create a parallax animation effect.

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