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Resources By Name: Android Programming
Demonstration on how to access resources (such as images) by the file name with Android programming. Contents: - Importing images into the project. - Adding a button and ImageView to the project. - Debugging an incorrectly cast object - Setting an ImageView's image by resource ID. - Getting an image's resource ID based on its name. - Displaying a die image based on an integer counter.
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How to get .apk file's Resources(music, images)
Hello Everyone, Liked any Tune or Image in your favourite game in Android? Then watch the video to know how to extract those resource files. Link for ESFile Explorer: https://play.google.com/store/search?q=ES+File+Explorer Liked it? Well then hit that Like button and Subscribe for more. Special Thanks to: DU Recorder and ESFile Explorer. Thank You!
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Unity Complete Game tutorial Series - Episode 88 - load from resources at runtime
For more videos subscribe to our channel. This Complete Unity Game Tutorial Series will give you the complete understanding of unity editor and the programming. I'm Hoping you will learn the best of it. After this series you'll be able to create your own games. What are the requirements? General computer skills A 3 button mouse will be usefull for moving around 3D space but is not required. At the beginning of each section we walk you through downloading and installation of the software you will use throughout this course. What am I going to get from this course? Create advanced 2D/3D games and applications Develope for Nintendo, XBox, PS4, PC, Mac, iPhone, Android Have an expert understanding of the Unity game engine What is the target audience? All skill levels People interested in working in the game design industry Please who want to create and publish their own games For more videos subscribe to our channel.
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Loading Resources In Java Using Eclipes IDE
There are many questions posted on Experts Exchange by people starting out in Java programming, who are using an IDE, most often Eclipse and sometimes NetBeans that center around their application not being able to find a file. This is quite often an image they want to use in their application. This often happens when they create an 'executable jar'. An executable jar is an application that can be made to run in a windowing environment by double-clicking a shortcut icon, much the same as one can get a native application to run. The ultimate cause of the problem is the failure to understand the concept of the 'current directory' or the 'working directory'. Wikipedia tells us: "In computing, the working directory of a process is a directory of a hierarchical file system, if any,[1] dynamically associated with each process. When the process refers to a file using a simple file name or relative path (as opposed to a file designated by a full path from a root directory), the reference is interpreted relative to the current working directory of the process. So for example a process with working directory /rabbit-hats that asks to create the file foo.txt will end up creating the file /rabbit-hats/foo.txt." ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Working_directory ) When developers starting out want to display, say my-image.png in the program, they often refer to this only by the path "my-image.png", having copied this into the project. This will work fine when the application is run through the IDE, but when, like all good java applications, it is made into an executable jar and the resulting icon is double-clicked, the application fails. Worse still, since Windows associates the open action of a .jar file with javaw.exe, which is designed to run without a console window, apparently nothing at all happens and the reason the application fails is a mystery. The application is not 'relocatable'. The solution to this problem is to package the resources together with the class files in the application jar. One of the best ways to do this is to create a 'resources' folder at the package root and to place any needed resources in there. An video example of doing that in the Eclipse IDE can be seen here.
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05 How To Add String Resources - Android Studio
For my Diploma of IT students.
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Resources Names in Android
Each resource has an ID number held in a static variable that belongs to one of the static inner classes in R. The name of that static variable is the very same name we specify as the name of the resource. It can be name of the string (string resource), the name of the image file (drawable resource), the name of the array (array resource), the name of the xml layout file (layout resource) etc. The name of the resource must obey the same rules that apply when creating a simple variable in Java.
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Android Tutorial 2019 - Android Resources aapt tool
Android Resources tool In this video see what are the resources used in the android? Go to "src folder" inside that "main folder" and click on rsc". Android provide multiple resources. And every resource having some singnificence.Resources - "drawable" means Images file like .jpg,.png,.jpeg etc. It access from "R.drawable" class, "anim" xml file defines property of animation.It access from "R.anim" class. "color" XML files define the list of Color.it access from "R.color" class. "layout" XML file define User Interface Layout and It access from "R.layout" class. "menu" XML file defines application menus such as Options menu, Context menu or Sub menu and It accessed from "R.menu" class. "raw" arbitrary file to save in raw form and It access "R.raw" class. "values" XML file contains simple values like integers, string and color. Here "R" is aapt tool. R class was automatically generated by aapt tool. It should not be modified by hand. "aapt tool" stand for "Android Assets Package Tool". Follow the below links for more Advanced Android App Development Tutorial Videos - Gradle Introduction with Project Creation Part-1 - https://goo.gl/wbehm3 Gardle Plugins in Android Part - 2 - https://goo.gl/aVmvYf Gradle Build via command line in Android Part - 3 - https://goo.gl/jGzZKW Gradle Overriding Existing Tasks Part-1 - https://goo.gl/1BZ7Pj Gradle Creating Custom Tasks Part - 2 - https://goo.gl/ySQUG7 Android Studio Installation - https://goo.gl/w8qpaC Emulator Creation on Android Studio - https://goo.gl/yHDQ9X Working with Manifest File in Android - https://goo.gl/NLn78x Component Overview android Activity Part - 1 - https://goo.gl/BWQTXj Activity Defination Android Part - 2 - https://goo.gl/hNmzkV Appcompact Activity Android Part - 3 - https://goo.gl/XnrRfF Resources-aapt-tool Android - https://goo.gl/jPjfRH Layout Fundamentals Android_UI - https://goo.gl/2udZ3b Create UI via XML Android - https://goo.gl/VRyysH View Measurement Units in Android - https://goo.gl/DVUrqD Android View Properties and Margin-Padding Gravity - https://goo.gl/pGF1ed Android Layout Weight-Attribute - https://goo.gl/5DuJyX Android Relative Layout - https://goo.gl/ikXxZT Android Nested Layouts - https://goo.gl/z6uYef Android View and View-Hierarchy Introduction Part-1 - https://goo.gl/CVxTjz Android View Context Part - 2 - https://goo.gl/YC6njB Android Layout Providing and Finding by id - https://goo.gl/81SS4n Android Button_Click_Handler - https://goo.gl/4YddSU How to run application in Android Studio on Mobile Device - https://goo.gl/oBCLa6 Event Handling Anonymous Inner Class in Android - https://goo.gl/8iRVLg How to Start One Activity from Another Activity in Android - https://goo.gl/UVPjjk Inter Activity Communication Setup in Android - https://goo.gl/TTQHGQ How to create Android Studio new project using Github - https://goo.gl/g4c9aw For more, details you can visit and feel free to contact - Website - http://www.codekul.com For Android syllabus you can visit - https://goo.gl/doxyJC Contact us now - https://goo.gl/9pZWJS Visit our Social Media Github - http://www.github.com/codekul Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/codekulcom/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/codekul Linkedin - https://in.linkedin.com/in/codekul Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/u/1/b/1014156... Get connect with our Android tutor - aniruddha[dot]kudalkar[at]gmail[dot]com
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How to make a JAR file with resources (images) - Java Game Development Extra 8
Previous: https://youtu.be/9Ttlzmrhl3c Next: https://youtu.be/IgfcSr3NlG0 In this video I'm going to explain how to make a jar file with a resource folder that includes some pictures.
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Tutorial: Retreive / Load Resources Image
How to export and import an image (PNG format) in LEA Resource manager
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Pre-defined Android drawables Icons Resources (existing Drawables icons) android.R.drawable
Full tutorial: http://www.mxtutorial.com/2012/12/pre-defined-android-drawables-icons.html In this tutorial: + Get the location of drawable icons of each Android release + Browse the lists of Icons per Android versions
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What are Android Resources ?
Resources are external files and static content that are used to build great android application. Various types of resources include:- 1.) Drawable 2.)MipMap 3.)Layouts 4.)Values
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How to get layout and Resources from apk file || using apktool ||Android Tutorial
This video shows how to extract all sounds, images,fonts and all resources from apk file. Apktool uses here. I think it is helpful to all who want to extract resources from android apk file. I provide download link of all the file that you want to extract android apk file.Just go to the download link and download the zip file named http://shink.in/PonGc Dex2jar and Jd-gui download link: http://shink.in/wWxkn Subscribe: http://shink.in/rmp1d How To Monetize YouTube Videos Using Google Adsense: http://shink.in/zheUa How to Create a YouTube Channel: http://shink.in/7wB8c How to Enable Edit Link option on your channel banner: http://shink.in/OmAQt How to get layout and Resources from apk file: http://shink.in/GjxIQ How to get java class from apk file(dex2jar and jd-gui): http://shink.in/awoZO I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor ( http://shink.in/HVavR
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Creating New Resources in Android
Learn how to declare Arrays, drawables and other resources in Android in values .Learn all about declaring and using variables in Android.
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Android Remove Unused Resources by Android Tutorial
This videos show how to remove unused resources in the application
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Android Application Development Tutorial - 11 - Adding Resources and Setting Background
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C# - Load Embedded Resources
How to load embedded resources using reflections
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50 Android app development tutorial for beginners using Android studio | Resources Drawable
#Android app development tutorial for beginners using Android studio: Android application on Resources drawable state list , layer list, Android application on button click change image, Android application on placing multiple images on single place.
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String Resources: Practical Android Java Development Part 10
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How to Add Resources, Setting Background and Playing mp3 in Android Studio
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Android Tutorial 21 - Formatted String Resources
This is an excerpt from Learn by Doing - Android for Beginners on Udemy. https://www.udemy.com/learn-by-doing-android-for-beginners/ This video teaches you how to use, Formatted string resources Things to Remember ------------------------------- 1. On older ADT versions, if you have more than one format specifier use the formatted="false" attribute in your string resource definition (strings.xml file). 2. Use the Resources.getString(int, Object...) or the Context.getString(int, Object...) method to retrieve your formatted string.
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(#5) Providing Android App Alternative Resources
How to provide and access alternative resources (like translated strings) in Android. How to localize resources in Android. Google Localization Help (translating your app): https://support.google.com/l10n/?hl=en#topic=6307483 Check out my blog: http://androidifi.com Written Article: http://androidifi.com/android-beginners-series-4-resources-android/ Follow me on the following sites: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/androidifi/ Google+: google.com/+Androidifi Twitter: https://twitter.com/Androidifi_GS android tutorial for beginners Searches related to android tutorial for beginners android tutorial for beginners android development tutorial android tutorial for beginners android studio android programming tutorial android video tutorial for beginners localization android studio localization android studio example localization android resources in android development string resources in android default resources in android using resources in android resources in android application resources androidifi resources android alternative resources android default resources android resources in android providing resources android accessing resources android how to provide alternative resources in android resources in android studio
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How to Empty Hidden TRASHCAN on Android to free up internal storage / memory
**READ the Description Below B4 Watching !!!!!!!!!! UPDATE 09/21/2018 MOCK VIDEO JUST CAME OUT https://youtu.be/fwgzQt9yHzk?t=144 UPDATE.... helps mostly LG phones. USE THE FOUR METHODS LISTED BELOW.......... you can skip the interesting commentary below by scrolling down until you see the line **********) This video was about INTERNAL memory, not external. This video is about a temporary internal memory issue which lasted ONE FULL DAY, OH MY GOD!!!!!!! Only comments helpful to freeing tied up memory are welcome, others will be automatically deleted. Call 911 if you require medical attention because of your smartphone. before posting a comment, make sure it is not one of the bonehead remarks already posted.... "delete your porn collection" (real original) "seems to be a LG issue (look at first line of video description)", "my phone is better", 16gigs is not enough" "Android OS stinks" "the 3 min vid is too long" , "all you did was delete thumbnails"(fav comment from idiots - ever see a 1 gig thumbnail???), "not all androids have the same storage", "my phone is better" "why not buy a bigger SD card" (from idiots who thought this was an external, versus internal memory issue), "buy an I-phone" (real original), "I smell my skidmarks" (not sure what that is about, power to ya!!!), "my dad is bigger than yours" (typical millennial comment - meanwhile they never seen a dad). see method 4 1/2 IF YOU TAKE tons of pics & vids. ******************************************************** Method #1 in your internal memory navigate thru these FOLDERS: "ANDROID" "DATA" "com.android.gallery3d" "FILES" and find ".trashcan", and delete its contents If you can’t find the com.android.gallery3d or the .trashcan folder, they may be hidden, and in your file manager or settings you may have to "unhide" hidden folders. If .trashcan does not exist, or does not have anything in it, go to Method # 2 *************************************************************** Method #2 Delete pics and vids via Gallery Menu. (not much of a method) While in your pic GALLERY, go to he top left menu (small three lines icon) and select to empty the trashcan.. (you were probably unaware of this 7 day picture and video retention feature. For on-demand results, you must delete your gallery pics and videos TWICE, once at the gallery, and a second time via your gallery menu trashcan. ************************************************************* Method #3 (which you've probably done already) Use cleaners like CC Cleaner, or SD Maid. I did not have any luck with SD Maid, but you can try it, there are many other cleaners out there, but none worked for me for this particular situation. ************************************************************* Method 3 1/2 crAPP removal (my favorite) Uninstall as many stupid apps that you do not routinely use.....for example, trip advisor, yelp, map my hike, , games, and other crap like the almost defunct Facebook etc. You can always reinstall these apps via Google-Play. To remove factory preset bloatware apps, you will most likely need to "root" your phone, which i used to do, but don't anymore since droids have significantly increased their internal storage. I recently uninstalled 12 apps and don't miss them at all. I can reinstall them if necessary. ************************************************************* Method #4 Search and Delete. (OLD SCHOOL) If you take alot of videos but cant find them....and you know they are taking up alot of storage, you can try searching for the video extensions: if you take alot of vids and don't know where they went, you can try searching for the extensions AVI FLV WMV MOV MP4 .. If you take alot of pictures but cant find them....and you know they are taking up alot of storage, you can try searching for the picture extensions: JPEG/JFIF. JPEG 2000. Exif. TIFF. GIF BMP. PNG. PPM, PGM, PBM, and PNM. *********************************************************** Method 4 1/2 Time to use a free cloud sucka!!!! ......IF you take tons of pics and videos, then its time to get them off your internal storage and onto your external SD card storage......... ......IF your external SD card storage is used up....its time to get your pics and vids off your droid all together and onto something else, either a laptop, desktop, ......IF you do not know what a laptop or Desktop is, or don't have one.....then its time to move your crap up to a free cloud such as flickr (1 tetra) Google Drive (15gig), or MEGA (15gigs (do not fall for the 50gig bait and switch)). (***do not create multiple google accounts at once....spread it out over a few days, otherwise they will zap your account***). Flickr, Google Drive, and MEGA are free, unless you upgrade etc. I use multiple accounts of google Drive, multiple Mega accounts, and have one Flickr account....all for free.
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Android Testing pt 3.2 | Espresso Idling Resources With Firebase
You can get the source code here https://github.com/IhorKlimov/AndroidTests Check my blog www.myhexaville.com More Espresso tests samples https://github.com/chiuki/espresso-samples
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RoadMap for Junior Android Developers - APIs, App Ideas, Resources, and Portfolio Building
In this Video I talk about how to go from a Beginner Android Developer, to a "Junior Android Developer". According to my subjective definition, a Junior Developer should have at least one small-medium size Application. I talk about how to go about deciding on, designing, and building your "Flagship" App, as well as an overview of the Industry Standard APIs which you'll want to learn to improve your job prospects. Towards the end, I discuss some resources to help you build your App, and how to build a Portfolio to help you get hired. Android Architecture Blueprints: https://github.com/googlesamples/android-architecture RecyclerView 2017 Full App Tutorial/Repository: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEVlop6sMHCohK2XryPUqhglysv1Xxakt https://github.com/BracketCove/RecyclerViewTutorial2017 PosTrainer Open Source MVP + Clean Architecture Alarm Manager App: https://github.com/BracketCove/PosTrainer Material Design Guidelines: https://material.io/ More useful APIs: Image Loading and Processing http://square.github.io/picasso/ https://github.com/bumptech/glide Unit Testing: http://site.mockito.org/
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Solved failed linking file resources android studio
failed linking file resources android studio.in my case this error occur because of Drawable folder.in another case this error occur any missing file.check and read error .check file are placed in correct position.
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Using the FireMonkey TImageList to Manage Image Resources with Delphi
The FireMonkey TImageList makes it easy to manage multi-resolution bitmaps for your multi-device app development.
Android App Development (043-how-to-use-android-documentation-and-other-resources)
Powered by London App Brewery Course Description Our complete Android app development course teaches you how to program in Java and build beautiful Android apps. Our weekend course assumes no prior programming knowledge and takes you through app development step-by-step. By the end of the course, you will be confidently programming in Java – the language that runs the world – and ready to start building your own apps. What You Will Build We believe in learning by doing. So you’ll be getting to grips with app design and programming by building 10 popular apps from the Google Play Store. You’ll learn how to program in Java and become familiar with Google’s Android Studio software during the course. What You Will Learn Become familiar with Android Studio, Google’s Integrated Development Environment. Learn to use XML to Design Your Apps. Become fluent in the Java programming language. Learn full-stack app development, including having your own data server on the net.
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Android App Tutorial 7 :   Add resources and set background
In this tutorial we will start the new project . We will start with adding resources and setting background. Make this application in a short time. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Which Top Programming Languages to learn in 2017 ? (In Hindi)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhCbQNL23rk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Getting Started C++ Sharing Images and Text with Sharesheet, iOS Android
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Android Tutorial for Beginners #09 Resources
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Android RecyclerView Tutorial - Introduction and Resources  - Part 1 (Deprecated)
**Important:** This Tutorial series has been deprecated in favor of my 2017 Android RecyclerView series which is much better. Please watch it instead: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfTJ2SePYaU&t=5s This Video is an introduction to my Tutorial series on building a RecyclerView on the Android platform. For more information, please visit the Blog Post below: http://wiseassblog.com/tutorials/2016/03/04/how-to-build-a-recyclerview/ Github: https://github.com/BracketCove Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wiseassblog/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+wiseass Twitter: https://twitter.com/wiseass301 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=5114325 Blog: http://wiseassblog.com/
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#5 Android memo tutorial: SharedPreferences, Resources translation & Project final stage
Android memo tutorial : Links: - http://knizia.biz/mcg/#/ - http://romannurik.github.io/AndroidAssetStudio/icons-actionbar.html#source.space.trim=1&source.space.pad=0&name=ic_action_example&theme=light&color=33b5e5%2C60 - http://www.colorzilla.com/ - https://www.duluxvalentine.com/fr/couleurs #1 : Project creation, Icon & Material Design colors - Android Studio project creation - Application icon - Material Design color code - Run on Android device #2 : Layouts, onClick & Toast messages - Screenshot - Dropdown Menu (Spinner) - Relative Layout - Linear Layout - Views weight - XML onClick (part. 1) - Toast message (javascript alert like) #3 : ListView, Custom adapter & Calling activities - ListView - Custom adapter for ListView (part. 1) - Getters and setters generation - ListView item click listener - Activity call and parameter sending - Dialog Window (AlertDialog part. 1) - Activity creation - Custom adapter for ListView (part. 2) - Custom adapter for ListView (part. 3) - Dialog Window (AlertDialog part. 2) - Getting parameters from calling activity #4 : Logging, Text style & onClickListener - Log (part. 1) - Log (part. 2) - XML onClick (part. 2) - ScrollView - Setting bold, italic, … to a text - Dialog Window for user input (AlertDialog part. 3) - Button - Java OnClickListener - Leave activity #5 : SharedPreferences, Resources translation & Project final stage - Memory saved data (SharedPreferences): 00:00 - Forcing selection on a dropdown menu (Spinner): 13:24 - strings.xml: 15:10 - Getting string resource in Java: 21:20 - Getting string resource in XML: 22:35 - Translation: 23:38 - Gradle version name and version code: 26:20 - Generating signed APK: 27:09
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Batch Image Resizer App For Mac OS X
Download For Mac https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/batch-image-resizer/id653413290?ls=1&mt=12 Batch Image Resizer Resize ,Rename,Convert multiple images and export them to multiple folders easily with Batch Image Resizer . Whether you are MacOS,IOS,Android Developer,Icon Artist or Photographer , who needs to resize,rename,convert multiple icons,images or any image material for your app,website or any digital product. With Batch Image Resizer you can quickly and efficiently create your icons for your app and save time .With ever increasing need for development speed , developers spend, most of their time for adjusting images for their project . Batch Image Resizer is designed with developers and graphic artists in mind . By using Batch Image Resizer you can resize all your app icons,and custom images in few seconds.For Android developers you can export all your output images straight into your Android Eclipse Project in the resources folders. Batch Image Resizer has a quick video tutorial and separate tutorial for Mac,IOS,Android icon resizing and other useful information on how to get most out of your software. FEATURES -MacOS App Icons -Functionality to resize all required icons and custom images for MacOS Apps in few second -Guide for Mac Os Developers -Create your icon.iconset folder with the following standard icon sizes and file names 1024x1024 px W and H ,144 dpi - [email protected] 512x512 px W and H ,72 dpi - icon_512x512 512x512 px W and H ,144 dpi - [email protected] 256x256 px W and H ,72 dpi - icon_256x256 256x256 px W and H ,144 dpi - [email protected] 128x128 px W and H ,72 dpi - icon_128x128 64x64 px W and H ,144 dpi - [email protected] 32x32 px W and H ,72 dpi - icon_32x32 32x32 px W and H ,144 dpi - [email protected] 16x16 px W and H ,72 dpi - icon_16x16 IOS App Icons -Functionality to resize all required icons and custom images for Mac OS Apps in few second -Guide for IOS Developers -Create the following standard icon sizes and file names 57x57 px W and H ,72dpi - Icon 114x114 px W and H ,72dpi - [email protected] 72x72 px W and H ,72dpi - Icon-72 144x144 px W and H ,72dpi - [email protected] 29x29 px W and H ,72dpi - Icon-Small 58x58 px W and H ,72dpi - [email protected] 50x50 px W and H ,72dpi - Icon-Small-50 100x100 px W and H ,72dpi - [email protected] Android App Icons and Custom Images -Functionality to resize all required icons and custom images and export them straight in your Android Eclipse Project resources folder. -Guide for Android Developers -Create your icon with the following standard icon sizes in your drawable-ldpi,drawable-mdpi,drawable-hdpi,drawable-xhdpi,drawable-xxhdpi,drawable-tvdpi (or any other required drawable folder) 36x36 px W and H ,72dpi - drawable-ldpi folder 48x48 px W and H ,72dpi - drawable-mdpi folder 72x72 px W and H ,72dpi - drawable-hdpi folder 96x96 px W and H ,72dpi - drawable-xdpi folder 96x96 px W and H ,72dpi - drawable-tvdpi folder 144x144 px W and H ,72dpi - drawable-xxhdpi folder Icon Artists -Functionality to resize all required icons sizes. -Guide for Icon Artists. 512x512 px W and H 256x128 px W and H 128x128 px W and H 64x64 px W and H 32x32 px W and H 16x16 px W and H Image Formats -Following image formats are supported jpg,jpeg,tif,tiff,png,gif,bmp,jp2,psd,tga -Jpg,jpeg and jp2 supports image compression for reducing the image size.Tif and tiff format has two compression types lzw and packbits. Profile(Workspace Save) -Save your workspace in profiles and create multiple profiles for your app projects. Input File -Include multiple image files and folders with the supported image formats. Batch Operations Rename -Rename ,remove any character from the input file name or add any extra required text to your output image names. Convert -Convert any image format to another adjust quality and compression Resize -Adjust Width ,Height, Resolution(dpi) Output folder -Create all your resized,renamed or converted images in selected multiple output folders or in a single folder
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[DevFest Nantes 2018] Automate your whole iOS Projects & share resources with Android
Speaker : Olivier Halligon During the life of a project, there are a LOT of tasks quite repetitive and time-consuming. But not all people know how much those steps can all be automated! With this session you'll have an overview of which tools and techniques can be useful to automate various steps of the lifetime of your project, including : - the creation and configuration of your Xcode project, its build settings and build phases - its initial structure to be ready for the architecture of your choice - the configuration of Fabric & Crashlytics & 3rd party libraries - internationalising & localising your strings and sharing them with the counterpart Android project - maintaining constants for all your resources - generating your database model, and sharing with the counterpart Android project - generating repetitive code - doing Code Reviews & commenting on common mistakes on Pull Requests - running your tests - automating AppStore submission (binary & metadata automation)
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Android Development Ch.21 -- String Resources
This video shows you how to, 1. Create new string resources 2. Access those resources from Java and XML Things to Remember 1. String resources are placed inside theres/values/strings.xml file. 2. Use R.string.resource_name to reference a string resource from your Java code. 3. Use @string/resource_name to reference a string resource from your XML.
eBook Readers: Android on the Nook, Resources for eBook Devices, & Rooting the Nook Touch [1 of 2]
A handy video for eBook Readers: how Android works on the Barnes & Noble Nook Touch, what applications to use, resources for any eBook device, and how to root the Nook Touch. If you are looking for more in an eReader, I highly suggest that you consider the Nook Touch because of the ability to download periodicals and articles from the web to read offline at a later date via the Read It Later application. This will require rooting the device, but it's a quick process to unlock the true potential of what every eReader should be supporting right now. The following are the links from the video for your convenience. If you happen to own any eReader (like the Barnes & Noble Nook Touch Reader, Nook Color, Amazon Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader, iPad, iPod, laptop, or any smartphone) this will be a great resource for finding deals on books and obtaining thousands of free titles that are available for download. ANDROID: Opera Mini web browser: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.opera.mini.android Wikidroid for Wikipedia: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.isaacwaller.wikipedia Aldiko Book Reader Premium: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.android.aldiko Find your Public Library: http://search.overdrive.com/ Read It Later Pro: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.ideashower.readitlater.pro RESOURCES: Adobe Digital Editions: http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/ Google Books: http://books.google.com/ LibriVox: http://librivox.org/ Project Gutenberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/ FreeBookSpot: http://www.freebookspot.be/ Calibre - Open books: http://drmfree.calibre-ebook.com/ ManyBooks.net: http://www.manybooks.net/ Luzme: http://luzme.com/ Inkmesh: http://inkmesh.com/ Diesel eBook Store: http://www.diesel-ebooks.com/ Smashwords: http://www.smashwords.com/ Feedbooks: http://www.feedbooks.com/ Sony Reader Store: http://ebookstore.sony.com/ Free PDF Search Engines: http://www.pdfgeni.com/ http://www.pdf-search-engine.net/ http://pdfdatabase.com/ http://openpdf.info/ ROOT: How-To Page: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1132292 Tips & Help: http://nookdevs.com/Tips_and_tricks http://nookdevs.com/FAQ http://nookdevs.com/NookTouch_Rooting Roadkil's Disk Image Program: http://www.roadkil.net/program.php?ProgramID=12 Free Partition Manager Software: http://www.partitionwizard.com/ Boot nook with noogie.img: http://nookdevs.com/NookTouch_Rooting
Views: 16786 LukeTheBook333
Android Development 4: Icons and video assets
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Using the FireMonkey TImageList to Manage Image Resources with C++Builder
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Migrating to Android Gradle Plugin 3.0.0
For more information about migrating to Android Gradle Plugin 3.0.0 refer to the guide in our documentation: https://goo.gl/AGR95p Android Plugin version 3.0.0 brings many improvements to build times, especially for multi-module projects. When updating your build files to the newest version however, you might have to watch out for some DSL changes. In this video we show how to deal with errors such as missing flavor dimensions, providing fallbacks for missing build types and flavors in libraries and migrating to a new way of declaring Gradle dependencies. Subscribe to the Android Developers channel here: https://goo.gl/vLYDU #tools #gradle
Views: 89826 Android Developers
if statement with PictureBox image from resources
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Views: 134 Small Ideas
Android App Intro Slider  - 2/6 - Prepare the Project Resources
How to create an introduction slide for your android application. Part -2- Learn about what are the resources needed for the applications and add them to the android studio project. Like my Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/codeglympse Subscribe My YouTube channel : http://www.youtube.com/ticoontechnologies
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Top Kotlin Resources for Android Developers
Showing the best Kotlin resources Want to hire me?: http://www.devlanding.com/?page_id=336
Views: 98 Dev Landing
Designing Layout & defining and using String resources in layout xml
This video tutorial will help you in using the in-built Layout designer found in Android Studio. We will show you how to design your Android application's layout by using the drag and drop builder first to place a view on screen and then editing it's values to meet your needs in text editor. We will be adding 3 TextViews, 2 EditTexts and 1 Button. We will also show you how to define String type resources in res/values/strings.xml and then how to use them in layout. N.B. Mouse clicks with red circle are Left Mouse Button Click and the ones with Green circle are Right Mouse Button Click. Video by Proficient Apps (http://www.proficientapps.in) © 2015 - 2016 You may find more such guides at http://tutorials.proficientapps.in
Views: 1188 Proficient Apps
Email Design Podcast #74: Litmus Community Q&A Rapid Fire
In the 74th episode of The Email Design Podcast, Kevin Mandeville and Jason Rodriguez answer recent questions from the Litmus Community in a rapid fire format, including topics on images inheriting its parent container width in Outlook, background image support in the Android native mail app, forcing Gmail App to be the width of the full viewport, and more. Be sure to follow along and join in the discussion on Twitter using #EmailDesignPodcast. (0:35) Getting images in Outlook to respect their container’s size? Unfortunately there’s no method of getting images to default to its parent container for Outlook 2007-2016. The image must be the desired dimensions itself or the dimensions must be set as HTML attributes on the image tag. (2:42) Swapping an animated GIF with an alternate static image for all Outlook users on PC? The easiest way to implement this is to use Microsoft Outlook conditional comments to hide the animated gif for all other clients and only display the static fallback image for Outlook. (4:18) Can you wrap anchor tags around entire tables? Although this is supported in HTML5, it wasn’t previously and thus many email rendering engines do not support this—notably Outlook, which won’t render the link functionality at all. It is best practice to link the individual elements inside of a table instead. (7:08) Media query support on Android – Gmail App – Exchange account Since this is a non-Gmail account, Gmail does not support media queries and strips them out. It is best to use a mobile-first approach to email like the hybrid/spongy technique. (8:32) Are media queries supported on Android 6? For Android 4.4 and below, Android used its stock native Android OS email app. For Android 5.1 and above, Android switched to using Gmail app as its default mail app. The stock native Android OS email app still exists as a part of the OS, but is not installed by default and unlike Android 4.4 and below it no longer supports media queries. You can learn more with our resources: The Ultimate Guide to Email on Android, 3 Keys to Understanding Email Rendering on Android, and Everything You Need to Know About Gmail Rendering [Webinar]. (14:10) Background Image Not Working in Android 5.1 and 6 The stock native Android OS email app does not support background images of any kind, including inline CSS and HTML attribute backgrounds. (17:45) Background Color Not Full Width in Gmail apps for iOS, Solution The iOS Gmail App has a weird right-hand gap but can be overridden with Gmail targeting. Simply use u + .body { } and add a class of body to the body tag and then set a full viewport width: u + .body { width: 100vw !important; }. Additionally, you could target Gmail by doing u ~ div { } as your selectors instead. Then just simply wrap this is a media query (recommend 480px) so it’s only applicable to mobile versions of Gmail. The doctype is processed into an underline tag which makes Gmail targetable. (20:43) Refresh Image Within Email HTML (css/checkbox etc…) Having implemented dynamic email at Litmus before, we are unaware of any method where content can update/refresh inside the same session of an email. The problem stems from the fact that all assets are downloaded when an email is opened. Using the checkbox hack to hide/show elements doesn’t force a reload of those assets. This is definitely an area to continue to explore and research for email though! (24:16) How do I view email HTML on mobile clients? In Litmus, you can take any Email Preview screenshot generated and change the .png extension to .html to grab the processed code of that individual email client. So you can see what Gmail App (Android) does to your code for instance. This is a hidden “secret” feature of Litmus at the moment and is not officially supported. Do not expect complete support among all clients or 100% uptime.
Views: 145 Litmus
Android About Dialogs: Part 2/3: Reading Raw Resources
Android About Dialogs: Part 2: Reading Raw Resources Makoto TV: the same YouTube crap, only better. Welcome to Makoto TV! In this video, I’ll show you how to read raw resources into your Android application's About dialog. The source code for the project in this video is on Github at: https://github.com/makotogo/AndroidAboutDialog Don’t forget to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAoqQ5DnRyLisPdzUodMrww Check out my blog: http://makotoconsulting.com/blog Thanks for watching!
Views: 92 Makoto TV
Declaring Resources in Android
Learn how to declare Arrays, drawables and other resources in Android in values .Learn all about declaring and using variables in Android.
Views: 24 LearningKart

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