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Introduction WebView is actually one of those classes that have existed in android since the beginning. Added in API level 1, it resides in android.webkit package. It is used to display web content right within the activity. This makes it very powerful and can be used to build even a basic browser that works. It [...]
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Introduction AlarmManager class has been around for quite some time, given that it was added in Android API Level 1. Deriving from java.lang.Object, alarmManager class resides in the android.app package. AlarmManager is important if you want to schedule code to be executed in the future. In this example, that code to be executed in the [...]
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Introduction DataGridView is one of the most popular and powerful winform components out there. Not only can render textboxes but also checkboxes, images as well as combobox. This makes it quite suitable to display database data and perform CRUD operations against that data. You can then sort, filter and search data. However, today we are [...]
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Introduction Android Engineers added AlarmManager class in API level 1, so it's been around since the beginning of android. This class allows for scheduling of operations to be done sometime in the future. With AlarmManager, you can set some code that will be executed in the future. This is cool given that it's not necessary [...]
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Introduction ContextMenu support has been in android since API level 1. It's an extension of menu and implements Menu interface. It's actually an interface itself. ContextMenus are usually shown when users long click view. It's shown by registering contextmenu using the registerForContextMenu(view) and then overriding onCreateContextMenu(). In this example we look at showing a contextmenu [...]
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Introduction Sorting data is such important operation when it comes to dealing with modern software. It helps the user easily reach the specific data he needs without necessarily having to go through the whole dataset line by line. This is a VB.NET tutorial. We see how to sort a listbox data in an ascending or [...]
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Introduction People love displaying data in Grids. This is especially true when it comes to desktop development in languages like C#,VB.NET and Java. In the web, people mostly display blogposts in Lists. However, in the desktop world you normally need to display alot of data like student or hospital records and these data normally need [...]
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Introduction This is an example that explores how to save/insert images into MySQL database. We also retrieve that image and display it in a JList. Screenshot Here's the screenshot of the project. Java Swing Save/Retrieve Image into MySQL database Save Images in MySQL database as Blob Common Questions this example explores How to save image [...]
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Introduction We had looked at a project involving a draggable/sortable list. Now let's look at a similar project but this time a draggable/sortable grid. Grids are nowadays quit popular in giving us at least something different from plain old lists. They subdivided a page vertically or horizonatlly into rows and columns. This project was writen [...]
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