One of the newest frameworks in Android is Volley. This library was introduced to ease the process of making a REST web service call simpler. Usually the android volley library is used to make a… Read More »Android Volley | Making A Synchronous Request
This section consists of Android tutorials
The new kid around the block is Android Studio. Its the new official IDE for Android development. Its a IntelliJ IDEA based IDE. Its a very flexible sort of an IDE, like most of the… Read More »Android Studio | How To Add A Library Project?
In Android, services are used for long running operations. Service is an android component without a UI and runs on the main thread of the app itself. But at times there are situations where we… Read More »Android | Bind Service Using A Messenger
Android services are designed for many permutations and combinations. You can use them for long running operations, you can use them for long running network operations, you can use them for never ending operations in… Read More »Android Service: Interprocess Communication With AIDL
A very useful and important concept of Android is services, I was going through Truiton, and saw I have nothing on Android Services. So I decided, to write some interesting stuff that one can do… Read More »Android Service and BroadcastReceiver Example
In this tutorial I would show how to measure the signal strengths in Android. Since Android is a mobile operating system, therefore measuring signal strengths from device itself would be a very easy task. Android onSignalStrengthsChanged… Read More »Android onSignalStrengthsChanged – LTE Strength Measurement
While playing with network and phone states in android there could always be a situation where one would like to detect the network type and monitor the changes of data connection state. Both of these… Read More »Android onDataConnectionStateChanged – Detect Network Type