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You can find here some useful tutorials and articles related to the Android Development.
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Android Basics
Saving/Restoring the App State
One of the characteristic features of the Android OS is the fact that it can destroy the Activities which are in the background when it's low on memory. The destroyed Activities are automatically recreated when the user brings the app back to the foreground. The developer's task is to make this Android's behavior invisible for the user.
Android Basics
Resizing drawable resources
Every object extending the Android View class may have a background set. Additionally, for the ImageView and the inheriting classes (like ImageButton) you can also set drawable as the main content of this view.
Google Play tutorials
Signing Configuration
The Google Play Store requires all the apps to be digitally signed before publication. This document will teach you to create a certificate required for signing and to use it to create the publication-ready APK files.
Custom Views
Android Path & Solid Arc
The Android platform gives a great possibility to create custom views. We can draw almost everything but the more complicated form you choose to draw, the more complex problem will have to be solved. Fortunately, the Material Design and concepts inspired by its rules let us achieve really impressive results using simple solutions.
Custom Views
Custom View: Awesome Pie Chart
Almost everytime while creating a new view, I use some kind of workflow, which helps me to keep solving process and solution clear and organized. Thanks of that, it turns out that drawing complex widgets isn't as hard as it may seem initially. This tutorial will show an example approach to making the custom views in Android.
Material Design
Creating Simple Menu
One of the most important objectives of Material Design philosophy is to eliminate moments when the user could be confused. To achieve that, every animation should have its meaning and every switch of context should be well thought. That is why if we only have a choice and can do something without distancing the user from the known situation, it's important to take the opportunity.