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Generics enable classes, interfaces, and methods to take other classes and interfaces as type parameters. This example uses generic class Param to take a single type parameter T, delimited by angle brackets (<>): public class Param<T> { private T value; public T getValue() ...
The LinearLayout is a ViewGroup that arranges its children in a single column or a single row. The orientation can be set by calling the method setOrientation() or using the xml attribute android:orientation. Vertical orientation : android:orientation="vertical" <?xml version=&quo...
RelativeLayout is a ViewGroup that displays child views in relative positions. By default, all child views are drawn at the top-left of the layout, so you must define the position of each view using the various layout properties available from RelativeLayout.LayoutParams. The value for each layout...
This is an example of a default build.gradle file in a module. apply plugin: 'com.android.application' android { compileSdkVersion 25 buildToolsVersion '25.0.3' signingConfigs { applicationName { keyAlias 'applicationName' keyPassword 'password...
public class SampleAdapter extends RecyclerView.Adapter<SampleAdapter.ViewHolder> { private String[] mDataSet; private OnRVItemClickListener mListener; /** * Provide a reference to the type of views that you are using (custom ViewHolder) */ public static cla...
To use a NavigationView just add the dependency in the build.gradle file as described in the remarks section Then add the NavigationView in the layout <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <android.support.v4.widget.DrawerLayout xmlns:android="http://schema...
The following example shows the basics of throwing an exception: public void checkNumber(int number) throws IllegalArgumentException { if (number < 0) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("Number must be positive: " + number); } } The exception is thrown on the 3...
An abstract class is a class marked with the abstract keyword. It, contrary to non-abstract class, may contain abstract - implementation-less - methods. It is, however, valid to create an abstract class without abstract methods. An abstract class cannot be instantiated. It can be sub-classed (exten...
android:layout_gravity android:layout_gravity is used to set the position of an element in its parent (e.g. a child View inside a Layout). Supported by LinearLayout and FrameLayout android:gravity android:gravity is used to set the position of content inside an element (e.g. a text insid...
GridLayout, as the name suggests is a layout used to arrange Views in a grid. A GridLayout divides itself into columns and rows. As you can see in the example below, the amount of columns and/or rows is specified by the properties columnCount and rowCount. Adding Views to this layout will add the fi...
Product flavors are defined in the build.gradle file inside the android { ... } block as seen below. ... android { ... productFlavors { free { applicationId "com.example.app.free" versionName "1.0-free" } paid { ...
Dependencies can be added for a specific product flavor, similar to how they can be added for specific build configurations. For this example, assume that we have already defined two product flavors called free and paid (more on defining flavors here). We can then add the AdMob dependency for the ...
Resources can be added for a specific product flavor. For this example, assume that we have already defined two product flavors called free and paid. In order to add product flavor-specific resources, we create additional resource folders alongside the main/res folder, which we can then add resourc...
Basic cases int[] numbers1 = new int[3]; // Array for 3 int values, default value is 0 int[] numbers2 = { 1, 2, 3 }; // Array literal of 3 int values int[] numbers3 = new int[] { 1, 2, 3 }; // Array of 3 int values initialized int[][] numbers4 = { { 1, 2...
A Java class can implement multiple interfaces. public interface NoiseMaker { String noise = "Making Noise"; // interface variables are public static final by default String makeNoise(); //interface methods are public abstract by default } public interface FoodEater { ...
This example will start DestinationActivity from OriginActivity. Here, the Intent constructor takes two parameters: A Context as its first parameter (this is used because the Activity class is a subclass of Context) The Class of the app component to which the system should deliver the Intent (i...
This example illustrates sending a String with value as "Some data!" from OriginActivity to DestinationActivity. NOTE: This is the most straightforward way of sending data between two activities. See the example on using the starter pattern for a more robust implementation. OriginActivit...
An interface can extend another interface via the extends keyword. public interface BasicResourceService { Resource getResource(); } public interface ExtendedResourceService extends BasicResourceService { void updateResource(Resource resource); } Now a class implementing ExtendedR...
Addition Map<Integer, String> map = new HashMap<>(); map.put(1, "First element."); System.out.println(map.get(1)); Output: First element. Override Map<Integer, String> map = new HashMap<>(); map.put(1, "First element."); map.put(1, &quot...
We can use V put(K key,V value): Associates the specified value with the specified key in this map (optional operation). If the map previously contained a mapping for the key, the old value is replaced by the specified value. String currentVal; Map<Integer, String> map = new TreeMap&l...

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