Monthly Archives: March 2013
Android Start Activity for Result
Here we will learn how to use an Android Start Activity for Result with Example, which will return some required results from user to it’s parent Activity. So let’s discuss about Android Start Activity for Result Example with Source Code. Here we will start a new activity from it’s parent Activity. when user will put some input data into that activity and close/finish that input activity, we will send notification to the parent activity with the input data. It is very simple.
Learn about Android Activity Lifecycle with Example
Before going to use Android Activity in your application, We need to learn about complete details of an Android Activity Lifecycle. Let go through Android Activity Lifecycle Example Code Description. We will discuss about all real time scenarios and different states of an Android Activity. Once you download the complete sample code example from below, then you can find inline code description for an Android Activity.
Here we will discuss about Ecommerce plugin for WordPress . Ecommerce and WordPress are not new terms in this web oriented world where most of the things are done online, even business, sale and purchase. WordPress which initially was considered only the simple CMS or Content Management System also provides good Ecommerce platform nowadays. Ecommerce for WordPress has become quite common
Android Login Registration Screen with SQLite Database Example
Here we will learn complete details about Android Login Registration Screen with SQLite Database Example. Also discuss about how to create or design Android Login (Sign In) and New Registration (Sign Up) screen. We will learn how to save application’s data in it’s own Android SQlite Database. You can also download complete source code for Android Login Registration Screen with SQLite Database Example.
Android Activity Dialog
Here we will learn how to use Android Activity Dialog. Here We will learn the simplest way to display an Android activity as a Dialog. When you will display the android activity as a dialog, it will work as a modal dialog. That means user can’t access it’s parent activity unless until the dialog activity will be destroyed. Once the dialog activity will close, then only it’s parent activity will get focus.