Author: guru

Adding TextWatcher on EditText using Rxjava and RxBinding 0

Adding TextWatcher on EditText using Rxjava and RxBinding

In this tutorial we will be adding TextWatcher on an EditText using RxBinding. RxBinding is a set of libraries that allow you to react to user interface events via the RxJava paradigm . This post is included in series of...

Introduction to NodeMCU (ESP8266) – IOT 0

Introduction to NodeMCU (ESP8266) – IOT

Today we will be looking one of the popular Internet of Things(IOT) device ESP8266. This small module allows micro-controllers to connect to a Wi-Fi network and make simple TCP/IP connections using Hayes-style commands. What the heck is...

Replace Android AsyncTask with RxJava 0

Replace Android AsyncTask with RxJava

Today is the day when we will say goodbye to AsyncTask. It will be replaced by our new friend RxJava which is quite in news now a days. We will be covering how RxJava...

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Android Volley Library Tutorial

Volley is a networking library that manages network requests and their response caches without the developer having to write a lot of “boilerplate” code.  Volley implements tools that allow for simultaneous requests to run...

Wrapper class in java 0

Wrapper class in java

Java is an object-oriented language and can view everything as an object. A simple file can be treated as an object , an address of a system can be seen as an object ,...

WeakReference in Java 0

WeakReference in Java

WeakReference is related to garbage collection. Normally, object having one or more reference will not be eligible for garbage collection. Then above rule is not applicable when it is WeakReference. Weak references allow you...

Android Loopers and Handlers – Code Tutorial 0

Android Loopers and Handlers – Code Tutorial

In our last post we tried to understood the concept of Looper and Handler. Now let us implement these in this tutorial. We will be creating a download manager which download files(we are using delay for...

Android Live wallpaper Tutorial 0

Android Live wallpaper Tutorial

Live Wallpapers are animated , interactive backgrounds for the Android home screen. A live wallpaper is similar to other Android applications and can use most of the same functionality. How to create a live wallpaper...

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Android Splash Screen Tutorial

Android splash screen is used so that apps can show their brand icons before showing the content of app. This may also used to do some background work in  your application like loading resources...