Will Android Be Able To Display Image If Name Of File Stored In Database?

Aug 11, 2012

Here is what I am trying to do:

- have a database that contains a word, and the name of an image file associated with that word.
- the words from the database will be displayed in a listview
- when the word is selected, a new activity will start displaying the word and the image in an image view.

Would it be best to store the terms in an array and have the list view populate from this array and then pull from the database onitemclick? Or can the list view be populated with the terms from the database?

Will android be able to display the image if the name of the file is stored in the db?

Will android be able to display image if name of file stored in Database?


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