With version 0.3.0 of manifoldJS you can now choose to build your Android apps with Crosswalk instead of the traditional Android webview. It’s quite simple to implement as well.
If you’re not familiar, manifold.JS is a new open source framework that that can take a website and create an app for Windows, iOS, Android, Chrome, and Firefox, simplifying the creation of hosted apps [...]
There are several tutorials already present over the internet on this topic. But while going through some of these tutorials, I realized that either they are too complicated for a layman or are not explained properly. This is an important aspect of Android apps as it can easily be used to use existing business logic in Android rather than rewriting [...]
Sometimes, we want to wrap multiple views in a single window and navigate through them with a Tab Container. This can be done in Android using TabHost control.
There are two ways to use a TabHost application in Android:Using the TabHost to navigate through multiple views within the same activity. Using the TabHost to navigate through Actual multiple Activities [...]
This article shows how to download multiple files using progressBar, Notification, and AsyncTask.Using the code The first thing to do is check the connection using the isInternetConnectionActive(context) method. If this method return true, then create a notification for showing a message: private static final int HELLO_ID = 1; [...]
Everyone wants his/her application to be beautiful and attractive for an eye of a user. And there are a lot of applications, at least desktop applications, mostly games that use splash screens. It’s nice and, moreover, while the splash screen is working, you can initialize your application. Many tutorials exist explaining how to begin Android [...]