Aswin Balaji

Aswin Balaji

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Common Error in Android and How to Solve this Error

September 14, 2015 | ANDROID | by Aswin Balaji

We will go through the errors that Android developers generally face during development.  will tell you root cause & solution for the problems. (1) INSTALL_FAILED_MEDIA_UNAVAILABLE When you try to install application in your sd card in android phone & if your sd card is not mounted the you will get this error while launching the […]






Validate a WEB URL in Android

September 5, 2015 | ANDROID | by Aswin Balaji

URLUtil.isHttpsUrl(String url), URLUtil.isHttpUrl(String url) andURLUtil.isValidUrl(String url) returns true in most of the cases.After reading few post on stackoverflow i got this very easy method for validation. This solution uses regular expressions.Google Android SDK provides an interesting classPatterns(Added in API level 8). Which we can use to validate our WEB URL address. Bellow is the example to validate Web-URL […]






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Android Splash Screen

August 17, 2015 | ANDROID | by Aswin Balaji

In order to implement splash screen we are going to create a separate activity for splash and once it closes we launch our main activity. So let’s get started by creating a new project 1. Android Splash Screen Using Timer 1. Create a new project in Eclipse by navigating to File ⇒ New Android ⇒ Application […]






HTML -Tables

August 14, 2015 | HTML | by Aswin Balaji

Defining HTML Tables Example <table style=”width:100%”> <tr> <td>Jill</td> <td>Smith</td> <td>50</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Eve</td> <td>Jackson</td> <td>94</td> </tr> </table> Tables are defined with the <table> tag. Tables are divided into table rows with the <tr> tag. Table rows are divided into table data with the <td> tag. A table row can also be divided into table headings […]






Android-Custom Component

August 11, 2015 | ANDROID | by Aswin Balaji

Android offers a sophisticated and powerful componentized model for building your UI, based on the fundamental layout classes: View and ViewGroup. To start with, the platform includes a variety of prebuilt View and ViewGroup subclasses — called widgets and layouts, respectively — that you can use to construct your UI. A partial list of available […]






Android-Handling Runtime Changes

August 10, 2015 | ANDROID | by Aswin Balaji

Some device configurations can change during runtime (such as screen orientation, keyboard availability, and language). When such a change occurs, Android restarts the running Activity (onDestroy() is called, followed by onCreate()). The restart behavior is designed to help your application adapt to new configurations by automatically reloading your application with alternative resources that match the […]






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Swift Tutorial – Developing iOS Apps Part 1

August 10, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

This tutorial updated to reflect changes in Xcode 7.2 and iOS 9, as of December 22, 2015 Apple announced at WWDC a major change to the way iOS apps are developed, it can now be done using a new programming language called Swift. In my efforts to adapt and learn the language’s common patterns and […]






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If You are New in IOS Xcode………………

August 8, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

Create a New Project Xcode includes several built-in app templates for developing common types of iOS apps, such as games, apps with tab-based navigation, and table-view-based apps. Most of these templates have preconfigured interface and source code files. For this tutorial, you’ll start with the most basic template: Single View Application. Working with the Single View Application […]






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Android M Developer Preview 2 update: what’s new?

August 4, 2015 | ANDROID | by Aswin Balaji

Visual Voicemail Information gleaned from the Android Developer Preview issue tracker page has indicated that Android M will include Visual Voicemail service accessible from the dialer. Reported by Android Police, it appears that T-Mobile and Orange France will be the only two carriers to support the functionality, but more are sure to follow (after all, Android […]






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IOS Swift Language Basics

August 1, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

Why Swift? In case you haven’t heard, Apple just introduced a new language for iOS and OSX developers called Swift. It has come to light that Swift was in the works since 2010, which is 2 years after the first SDK was released. Apple saw the limitations of Objective-C which is almost 30 years old […]