Android :: Design Flow Chart Scheme For Apps?Oct 7, 2010
I'm seeing that it would be good to have some sort of charting scheme (or possibly just a table-based design strategy) when designing Android apps.Have any such schemes been proposed?
I'm seeing that it would be good to have some sort of charting scheme (or possibly just a table-based design strategy) when designing Android apps.Have any such schemes been proposed?
I need to design an android app to communicate with HID Custom USB Device. Are there any standard java library that I can use to implement this?View 2 Replies View Related
What are the best practices to design webservices for mobile (particularly Android) apps?
Personally I'm focused on using JSON (and not XML) and I try to make it the less verbose I can. But I'm probably missing a lot of things.
I'm a web designer by nature, accustomed to changing resolutions and font sizes, but I'm unsure how to design for the Android platform without knowledge of screen sizes, especially when the screen rotates from portrait mode to landscape.
Should I just do generic things that tile, or is there a way to design things of static size?
By this, I mean for the GUI and graphics, not element nodes of the XML.
not sure if this is the right forum but here it goes, I want to see if anyone knows if u can change the color scheme of the apps on the windows/ screen to let's say black and white, FYI I am rooted with 3.21 if that helpsView 1 Replies View Related
I'm looking for a very simple ORM framework working on Android for sqlite. I've been testing activeAndroid but none of the example could ever build on Eclipse. By the way, how do guys implements a "many to many" relationship in sqlite for android ? How do you reflect the cascade regarding deletion of rows and guarantee the database integrity?View 2 Replies View Related
I am going to develop an Android Application but before developing it i needs to have MockUp for the Android Application,so is there any way to design MockUp/GUI Design tool for the Android Application?
I know about DroidDraw tool , but i think it is not the exact way to prepare Mockup for the android application.
I have already referred this SO Question , but overthere i just found all the tools for the I-Phone only. So please feel free to share with me if you have/found any !
Will there be any cover flow on the evo and will you be be able to use the music player in landscape mode. I asked this a previous thread figure I would bring it back up.View 4 Replies View Related
I'm wondering what color-scheme is more energy-saving for AMOLED display? I've already decided to manage c-scheme according to ambient light, thanks to this post: Somewhat-proof, the link posted by nickf: Ironic Sans: Ow My Eyes. If you read that in a well lit room, the black-on-white will be the most pleasant to read. If you read it in a dark room, the white-on-black will be nicer.But if I want to save battery power, should I use bright content with dark background or vice versa?Is it possible anyway (they say it's not working for simple LCD)?View 4 Replies View Related
I built an Android application that requires OAuth. All was working well using a custom scheme call back which is intercepted by Android. It seems that Yahoo have changed the goal posts and now the custom scheme is not accepted by Yahoo.I am now looking at possible alternate approaches. My first attempt is to use a normal http scheme and modify my intent filter to intercept the new URL. I have the following in my AndroidManifest.xml :
<data android:host="www.test.com" android:scheme="http"></data>
Where www.test.com will be substituted with a domain that I own. It seems :
* This filter is triggered when I click on a link on a page.
* It is not triggered on the redirect by Yahoo, the browser opens the website at www.test.com
* It is not triggered when I enter the domain name directly in the browser.
So can anybody help me with
* When exactly this intent-filter will be triggered?
* Any changes to the intent-filter or permissions that will widen the filter to apply to redirect requests?
* Any other approaches I could use?
I want to draw a chart and I'm using a scrollview to do so. my scrollview holds the chart view. What I've observed is that the scrollview's onDraw calls the onDraw of my chart view. Now I draw the entire chart on the canvas when the onDraw of chart view is called. Also scrollview's onDraw is called everytime I scroll the view. So I end up drawing the entire chart multiple times. Is there any better way to achieve what thisView 1 Replies View Related
Is there any api for drawing financial chart in android.View 2 Replies View Related
I am looking for the .jar file or an api where i can use and draw charts for my android application.i searched net about it couldn't find much results..Kindly help in it to find any chart api that can be for the android applications.View 3 Replies View Related
Actually I am checking the code flow of NFC in Android-ICS.But i got stuck because of some files are not present in ICS.
GB code -> WriteTagActivity (to write into a TAG)
ICS code -> no files.
Some more files are also missing in NFC and TAG.
How would you implement different color themes in your app?All I can see now is plain set color onCreate every activity and control.Also, how would you store different color schemes in xml? Just an entries of with different names?View 1 Replies View Related
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How can I build a pie chart in my application?View 3 Replies View Related
Can anyone suggest good chart engine for Android?!
I did a small research and found several engines: - Java4Less (http://java4less.com/charts/chart.php?info=android) - Chart4J (http://code.google.com/p/charts4j/) - BlueChart (http://code.google.com/p/bluechart/) is it a port of jFreeChart?! - aChartEngine (http://code.google.com/p/achartengine/) - aiCharts (http://www.artfulbits.com/Android/aiCharts.aspx)
Somebody try them?! Any pros and cons?! Which one is the best for Android?!
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How to draw chart like the following image in android.what is the tool can we use?View 1 Replies View Related
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the app I'm trying to implement allows the user to select a sound file (MP3 or WAV) to play at a specific date and time showing a dialog with a progress bar and an OK/Cancel button allowing the user to stop the playing of the sound file. I want it to behave something like the countdown apps I've seen or even the built-in alarm clock app. As I'm implementing this simple (I thought!) app, I'm trying to better understand the platform and make the application conform to the Android way.
As I've been writing the app, I learn more about how things are supposed to work on the Android platform. And here's where I'm getting a bit confused. During my attempts to get the alarm to fire and display, I'm learning that properly formed Android applications are not supposed to show dialogs as a result of a background service or broadcast receiver being invoked through Android's alarm service. Instead, I think, the app is supposed to use a notification on the status bar to alert the user. The user then has the option to look at the notification to see what the app is trying to tell them..............
I think that I've found the problem I am having with AccountManager that I described in an earlier thread that got no responses on the board.
I think it is a problem with the way that the Activity Stack is working during the OAUTH workflow. Here's the workflow as I see it. I found this problem by separating out my Activity, which I'll call M, from the oauth Activity, which I'll call O. In the course of authentication, the web browser is invoked and let's call that B.
When a user needs to start over with authentication, my application, through Activity M, starts Activity O. That, in turn, generates some magic URL that is sent to the web browser. So the browser is fired up and information was sent to the OAUTH provider to do a redirect back through the browser back to Activity O.
So, this how the OAUTH workflow looks up to the browser: M -> O -> B
At this point the user logs in and hits the Accept button and the browser then invokes my BROWSABLE activity, which, again, is O. I had thought this would unwind the above stack, but it seems that above situation disappears and what I have after the user hits Accept in the browser is this: B -> O
What I did to work around that is that I put a startActity(M) in O and that seems to work, but it is a workaround.
I believe there is something that I could do with launch modes or activity modes to fix this problem and maintain the original activity stack.
All that is happening, really, is that the O activity pauses for little while, then comes back with the goods, the login credentials. But when I tried to return the information via startActivityForResult (), nothing. Because M is no longer on the Activity Stack.
Can you please tell me if there is a way to layout textaround an image?I have gotten a response from an android developer about this question. But I am not sure what he means by doing my own version of TextView? Thank for any tips.This is not possible using only the supplied widgets and layouts. could write your own version of TextView to do this, it shouldn't be hard.View 2 Replies View Related
change the color scheme of stock calendar app? Personally, I don't like black background and want to change it to soft white or something like that. After syncing with google calendar, Maroon color of google calendar events on balck background makes it very hard to read.View 2 Replies View Related
I want to set up a BroadcastReceiver to handle PACKAGE_REPLACED, but I only want to be notified when my package is replaced. It works fine if I specify a data tag with scheme="package" but then I get notified when any application is reinstalled or upgraded. I can't figure out how I'm supposed to specify the package name which is in the scheme specific part -- that is, when my BroadcastReceiver gets the intent in onRecieve(), if I do intent.getData().getSchemeSpecificPart(), that's the package name, but is there any way I can filter for only that in my intent-filter?View 1 Replies View Related
Is there a way to change the color scheme in the phone app, which also looks like the system default color scheme of white text on black background?Walking outside in bright sunlight looking at white text on black background is nearly impossible to see. Black text on white would be much better.View 3 Replies View Related
I want to capture Intents with a specific Uri pattern that uses the http scheme. I DO NOT want the chooser dialog to pop up. The Android API advertises filtering of intents based on pattern matching of the path part of the Uri:http://developer.android.com /guide/topics /manifest/data-element.html However, when I try to specify a pattern for my path other than ".*" (which pops up the chooser, which I'm trying to avoid), it doesn't work, and the browser automatically handles the Intent. So, my question is, what is the purpose of the pathPattern/pathPrefix if, for the http scheme, it either auto resolves to the browser, or pops up the chooser anyways?View 1 Replies View Related
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I hope what I'm asking hasn't been asked, but if so, I'd gladly take a link in the right direction.Is there a comparison chart/ T-chart that compares the various roms out there?Something that compares build (2.01 vs 2.1), features (wireless tether, live wallpapers, etc), speed results, strength/weakness narrative etc. similar to what you'd find on a consumer guide, perhaps in a scope and sequence type of alignment that alludes to release dates?I've heard "go with the rom that best suits your need", but a diagram like the one suggested might help the community.Perhaps a knowledgeable veteran would be interested in such a project?If I'm way off, just tell me to go pound sand.View 13 Replies View Related
My first activity is creating a second activity within its onCreate:
The second activity has EditText views for the username and password along with submit and cancel buttons. When either button is pushed, the text from username and password is sent back to activity one (via onActivityResult), which connects to a server to see if the username is available. While connecting to the server showDialog is used to show a ProgressDialog. When the server responds, the ProgressDialog is dismissed and an AlertDialog is shown. This works fine as long as the device is not rotated.
Here's the problem: if the user rotates the device from within the second activity and pushes submit, the first activity re-invokes its onCreate, which ends up launching the second activity again since the username and password are still null.
Does anyone have any suggestions to get around this?
Is there a method that could be used to pass data from activity-2 to activity-1's onCreate? I wouldn't want to use a database in this case, as that seems like overkill.
I've thought about containing the server communication and dialogs to activity 2, but then I'd have duplicate server code in activity 1 and activity 2 (activity 1 connects to the server for other things too). Another issue I'd have with this approach is that the user has an option to cancel creating the password, in which case I want the app to finish. If I called finish from activity 2, activity 1 would appear and I don't want that to show unless a username and password have been created.
It just occurred to me - if I could replace activity 2 with a dialog it might make things simpler. The dialog view needs to have 2 EditTexts and 2 buttons. Can I create something like this and use the showDialog method?
I need two activities run in different processes in the same application. Now I have made it work by specifying the different process name in "android:process". But I met a problem, from http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/application-elemen..., we have only one superclass of Application will run before the activity starts(I have tested it, and each time a after new processes start, this Application(its superclass) will run before activity). But, my two activities have two different superclasses of Applications.
So, how to make Applications for different activities run for its corresponding activity? If there is no way to use different Application class for different activity, how can I make a flag for the common Application superclass to judge which process(by getting its name) is running? BTW, the two activities were on the separated development flow and I am trying to merge them.
Does anyone know if there is a way turn off the text flow in the Hero's browser? I hate how when I pinch to zoom, it auto text flows and throws me onto some random place on the site...pretty annoying. I have to then search around for where i on the site I was before I did the pinchzoomView 1 Replies View Related
New to Android and to Dolphin Browser HD. I've Googled for days, however, I have come up with squat.
1) When I open a new tab, can it automatically go to my homepage and not the "Speed Dial" sort of page it does now? Any add-ons that might enable this?
2) Does Dolphin Browser HD do automatic text reflow? And, if not, any other browsers that can do this? It is pretty tedious now trying to read pages that aren't re-sized for mobile.
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I find my laptop screen a lot easier to read in sunlight if it is black characters on a white background Is there any way of changing the phone color scheme similarly, esp phone book, dialing, sms, calendar.View 1 Replies View Related
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I have 3 activities in my app: Activity1 -> Activity2 -> Activity3. Inside Activity3, if the user presses Back, I would like to return to Activity2. In Activity3's onPause event, I added a finish() statement. That's probably not even necessary, but I wanted to make sure this Activity gets cleaned up. This works fine.
However, while in Activity3, if the user presses Home or starts a new app (through notification bar or some other means), I want both Activity3 and Activity2 to finish. If the user returns to this app, he should resume with Activity1.
I have figured out how to do one or the other, but I can't figure out how to handle both cases, if it's even possible. Can I trap the "Back" button in Activity3 and send a message back to Activity2 telling it not to finish()? It seems like the Activities follow the same lifecycle flow (Pause, Stop) regardless of what you do to send them to the background. Just to answer the question of why I want this behavior, imagine that Activity1 is a login screen, Activity2 is a selection screen, and Activity3 is a content screen. If I press Back from the content page, I want to be able to make a new selection. If I exit via any other means (Home, notification bar), I want the user to be "logged out".
I have need to make a sort of "Pie Chart"-style circular display. the wedges of the chart have to be touchable, and the whole circle has to be able to spin 360deg. I'm still an android noob, but I'm guessing that I can't do this with a Layout.. right? preferably, the wedges would be image assets that I create in Photoshop, and not programmaticaly created does anyone have any Idea where to start with this?View 1 Replies View Related
When the person opens my app, I want to display a button. The user clicks this button, and it opens a browser (embedded, of course) inside the app, allowing the user to LOGIN through that web page.
Of course, when the person logs in, it only logs in to that web server. The web service now knows that the user is logged in.
As the user uses my mobile app, I need to know if he's logged in or not. How can I know? There's no way for my app to determine if the user is logged into my web service.
By the way, I am using Django framework for my web service.
Could someone recommend a free or cheap Chart drawing package for Android? I found this one, which is quite elegant but pricey ($300/license):
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