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By Mark L. Murphy

Android Programming Tutorials express you what you are able to do with Android, via a chain of forty person workouts. Android Programming Tutorials supplies hands-on guideline in tips to construct refined Android functions, utilizing a number of the applied sciences defined in CommonsWare's different Android books. those routines lead you thru the fundamentals of making Android purposes, all through many enjoyable Android beneficial properties like web entry, place monitoring, maps, built-in WebKit browsers, cameras, accelerometers, domestic display widgets, and lots more and plenty extra. complete resource code to all of the workout solutions is obtainable, that can assist you if you happen to get caught. Android Programming Tutorials makes an exceptional significant other quantity to extra conventional Android books that in basic terms inform you what's attainable.

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Once again, the process differs somewhat depending on whether you are using Eclipse or not. Step #1: Eclipse With your project selected in the Package Explorer pane, click the green "play" button in the Eclipse toolbar to run your project. The first time you do this, you will have to go through a few steps to set up a "run configuration", so Eclipse knows what you want to do. First, in the "Run As" list, choose "Android Application": Figure 4. Eclipse "Run As" List 6 Your First Android Project If you have more than one emulator AVD or device available, you will then get an option to choose which you wish to run the application on.

You should see something like this: Figure 7. Using a TableLayout Notice how the two EditText fields line up, whereas before, they appeared immediately after each label. 20 A Fancier Form NOTE: At this step, or any other, when you try to run your application, you may get the following screen: Figure 8. A "force-close" dialog If you encounter this, first try to do a full rebuild of the project. In Eclipse, this would involve doing Project > Force Clean. At the command line, use ant clean or delete the contents of your bin/ and gen/ directories, then ant install.

Since we have our ArrayList, we can easily wrap it in an ArrayAdapter. This also means, though, that when we add a restaurant, we need to add it to the ArrayAdapter via add() – the adapter will, in turn, put it in the ArrayList. Otherwise, if we add it straight to the ArrayList, the adapter will not know about the added restaurant and therefore will not display it. simple_list_item_1 is a stock layout for a list row, just displaying the text of the object in white on a black background with a reasonably large font.

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