Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In this tutorial we add some weapons to the game.
This tutorial covers what a Layout is and gives examples of the five types of layout that come with the Android Framework. Examples are given for AbsoluteLayout, FrameLayout, LinearLayout, RelativeLayout, and TableLayout.
Learn to display and manipulate images in Android. Explore using ImageViews to display images. Use bitmaps to load and manipulate images in Android applications. Also see how to rotate and scale images.
Half Dozen Hello Worlds explores different forms of Android I/O through six simple programs. Part 5 uses OpenGL, a 3D graphics library, to render Hello World using Line Segments.
Half Dozen Hello Worlds explores different forms of Android I/O through six simple programs. Part 1 gets you creating your first android program and using a simple widget to display “Hello World” to the user.
Half Dozen Hello Worlds explores different forms of Android I/O through six simple programs. Part two of this series introduces the use of Layout XML files.
Get setup to do Development for Android phones using Eclipse and Java.
This tutorial will teach you design a micro-blogging web service (similar to Twitter), where users create accounts and then post entries. It will give a step by ste p method to designing any software system that needs to be deployed as a RESTful web service
IBM Websphere Extreme Scale 6 is a guide that helps developers build software by providing effective solutions to scalability issues through caching and grid technology. This book details the installation of WebSphere eXtreme Scale right through to using the developer libraries.It helps readers understand the concepts applicable to all IMDG's(in-memory-data-grid) and to configure an eXtreme Scale client application using Spring.
Step by step tutorial on configuring Eclipse with Tomcat in Windows
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