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zoheb hassan

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Recent posts by zoheb hassan

Hi,

I am aware that having Keyboard on an android wearable device is unpractical. There are voice commands to take care of this however if you do wish to implement a KeyBoard on the Wear Device for app how can you do So??
3 years ago
Well can i get any help here
4 years ago
I want them to have a uniform height & width, So that it looks clean
4 years ago
Hi guys I have Written a custom Gridview, However my Issue here is that each single item of them is occupying different height and this has caused alignment issues also looks ugly, I don't want to hard code the height that each individual item should occupy, I wonder if this can be done more efficient. I am Posting the Image to illustrate the issue


The Xml Code for the Layout


and the Code for each GridItem thats causing this Mayhem



I am attaching the screenshot of the image
4 years ago
My bad Sheriff, misread it actually anyways apparently all these design patterns, factory methods e.t.c., are alien to me still have to learn a good deal about them,

Question is are there any good light resources for getting hold of these concepts
4 years ago
Thanks Campbell Ritchie for pointing out the flaws in the code posted,

I am aware of basics of core Java but the higher specifics about design Thread management, Cache Management e.t.c., are all still a mystery to me, What can i do to get a good hold on these topics, I mean the static getInstance() method was not clear to me took some googling to find that it was a copy constructor.

I Mean i wish these topics were clear to me so it would help me in designing decent Android Applications

Thanks
Zoheb
4 years ago
Hi guys, thanks for the replies, My Curiosity for copy constructor began when i took a look at the following example and never having used a copy constructor i got curious, I am posting the code below

I understand that a copy constructor helps in creating a identical copy of instance but why not rather create a new instance itself, What necessitates its use below is the code, I understand its a bean meant for setting and getting attributes but whats with the overriding of all those methods. This list basically gets put into a ArrayList


4 years ago
Hi,

I am aware that a copy constructor is meant for creating a copy of an object but when and why do we have to use it, why not rather just create a new object, Basically i am trying to understand why we make that choice of using a copy constructor??

also

What necessitates overriding of hashCode(), toString() & equals() methods of Object class??


Please help me understand these questions
4 years ago
My Bad Guys it takes time to get posted about an hour and half
5 years ago
Hello guys i am trying to post a video to twitter using twitvid api and i am using the code below to do so, this should however have done the job but regardless of that it fails, can anyone help me with this or have suggestions for doing this alternatively



Thanks,
Zoheb
5 years ago
Linkify should help you, there are examples in api demos that should help you

Regards,
Zoheb
6 years ago
The faq page has a list of books which should help you, but among the list i have read Reto Meier's book and feel that it's a great book to begin with as for frameworks used for creating Cross platform Apps, I've learned from the guys who worked with these frameworks is that the code doesn't build well, So you spend a lot of time debugging the code anyways the benefits learning native platform outweigh the cross platform frameworks. However. if you go for cross platform frameworks do let us know your experiences.

Regards,
Zoheb
6 years ago
Check Your Logcat, it's bound to show what's going wrong there

Regards,
Zoheb
6 years ago
Hello Guys,

I Know that In-App Payment is way to it, but what other ways are there for implementing Content Purchases in an android Application

Thanks & Regards,
Zoheb
6 years ago
By Mentioning a "Weak Connection", I am Trying to say that its the kind of connection which has poor signal Strength and low Speed in terms of Data Transfer Which otherwise in presence of a stronger connection like Wi-fi would work fine.
6 years ago