The free and paid version of SMS Forwarder has now been updated. The highlight here is a completely new forwarding system which will make forwarding of messages to email so much more reliable and stable. Grab it from the Play Store!
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Apart from audio and visual feedback, haptic feedback is a good way of telling your user “hey, something’s up!”. Luckily, in Android development, this is extremely easy to do and there is plenty of flexibility for you in order to spice things up a bit.
If you’re developing Android applications, you will inevitably make mistakes and cause crashes. Luckily, its usually dead simple to figure out what’s gone wrong by reading the stack trace. If you’re not comfortable with reading them, then I strongly suggest you take a few minutes and read on.
This is a simple piece of code that is very useful for when you want to determine the status of the WiFi connection.
First, we have a boolean function that will return true if WiFi is enabled and false if it isnt. Get the code after the jump.
Its not unthinkable that you find yourself wanting to add a feature to your app that requires downloading a file. Be it a database file, a large image or a document. This isnt really that complicated and even better, you can show the downloaded progress to the user as well. Read on for the code!
Databases is central part in many Android applications, and there is a number of ways to implement one. Maybe you have the database stored online and just download it to the phone and read from it or maybe you include it with the application itself. However, most commonly, you want to create and manage the database directly from the application. This is what you would probably end up doing if you are making a notepad app, a contact manager, or any other local database oriented application. In this tutorial we will be taking a closer look on how to do exactly that, so jump in and lets begin.