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Compiled set of tutorials covering a wide range of topics to help you with Android application development.

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How to Add an Event to Device Calendar in Android

In this post, we will learn how to add an event to your device calendar. Android allows us to invoke activities from other application using intent. Here in this example, we will be using the appropriate intent to invoke the default calendar application, and pre-filled with event details. User must must confirm to add the event, or can change, edit any of the details associated with a particular events.
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Android TextWatcher Example

In this tutorial we will show you how to use TextWatcher in Android with example. TextWatcher is used to keep watch on the EditText content while user inputs the data. It allows you to keep track on each character when entered on EditText.
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Android ScrollView Example

In this tutorial we will show you, how to use Android ScrollView component and create a simple example using various ScrollView properties. ScrollView is a special kind of layout, designed to hold view larger than its actual size. When the Views size goes beyond the ScrollView size, it automatically adds scroll bars and can be scrolled vertically.
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Android LinearLayout Example

The LinearLayout is the most basic layout manager provided by Android. The LinearLayout organizes the child views either horizontally or vertically based on the specified orientation property. The value for orientation property can be either horizontal or vertical.
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Android TextView Example

In the course of this tutorial, we will take a look into Android TextView widget and various TextView properties. TextView is one of the most fundamental Android user interface widget, which is used to display text on Android screen. TextView is like a dummy label, doesn't allow to edit text input.
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Android RelativeLayout Example

Over the course of this tutorial, we will take a look into Android RelativeLayout and its properties. RelativeLayout is one among the most used layout after LinearLayout. It allows its child views to position relative to each other or relative to the container or another container. For example, if we have to build a complex layout as shown in the image below, this can be achieved  with ease by using RelativeLayout.
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Android Table Layout Example

The TableLayout layout is an extension of LinearLayout. As the name indicates, TableLayout is used to display child View elements in rows and columns. The concept of TableLayout works something similar to an HTML table. If you can recall the HTML table, TableLayout can be explained as tag and TableRow is like a element. You can use any view as table cell element.
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Android FrameLayout Example

Over the course of this tutorial, we will take a look into Android FrameLayout and creating layout through xml and from code programmatically. FrameLayout is one of the useful layout provided by android system, which allows User Interface widgets to be overlapped with each other.
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How To Create Excel File In Android

In this tutorial we will explain how to create excel file in android using Java for excel library. The example provided below is the extended version of our previous android SQLite database tutorial. We recommend you to have a glance at it before going through this example.
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