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How set focus on View Android development example


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Set focus on a View in Android application example source code for Button, EditText, View, TextView, isFocused(), requestFocus() .


// set focus on Button Android example
 private Button mRightButton;
 mRightButton = (Button) a.findViewById(R.id.rightButton);
 mRightButton.requestFocus();
// boolean isFocused() 
boolean b = mRightButton.isFocused(); // true or false

// set focus on TextView directly Android example
((TextView) findViewById(R.id.myText)).requestFocus();

// set focus on View Android example
private View mView;
mView = findViewById(R.id.showAll);
mView.requestFocus();

// set focus on EditText Android example
private EditText mEdit;
mEdit = (EditText)findViewById(R.id.myEdit);
mEdit.requestFocus();

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Android Fragment Examples | android-fragment-examples


Code look up at the Api Demos

android_fragments arguments attributes - three fragments on screen
android_fragments_arguments

android_fragments_alert_dialog
android_fragments_alert_dialog.png

android_fragments_context_menu
android_fragments_context_menu.png

android_fragments_custom_animation
android_fragments_custom_animation.png

android_fragments_dialog
android_fragments_dialog.png

android_fragments_dialog_or_activity
android_fragments_dialog_or_activity.png

fragment_hide_show
fragment_hide_show.png

fragment_layout
fragment_layout

fragments_list_array
fragments_list_array.png

fragment_menu
fragment_menu.png

android_fragments_get_result_from_fragment and tabs in two rows
android_fragments_get_result_from_fragment.png

android_fragments_recive_result
android_fragments_recive_result.png

android_fragments_stack
android_fragments_stack.png

fragment_tabs
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Display screen size resolution density dimension Android | display-screen-dimension


Get display, screen resolution - dimension Android phone development example source code.

 Display display = getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay();
int nWidth = display.getWidth();
int nHeight = display.getHeight();

          DisplayMetrics metrics = new DisplayMetrics();
            getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay().getMetrics(metrics);
            //get density per inch for example: 120 , 160 , 240
            mXDpi = metrics.xdpi; // 160 The exact physical pixels per inch of the screen in the X dimension. 
            mYDpi = metrics.ydpi;

// density
int nDensity = metrics.densityDpi; // 160 screen density expressed as dots-per-inch

          float  mMetersToPixelsX = mXDpi / 0.0254f; // 1 inch == 0.0254 metre
          float  mMetersToPixelsY = mYDpi / 0.0254f;
          
// Resolution
// The total number of physical pixels on a screen.
int wPix = metrics.widthPixels; // 320 The absolute width of the display in pixels.
int hPix = metrics.heightPixels; // 480 The absolute height of the display in pixels.
int nWidthDisplay = (wPix < hPix)? wPix : hPix;

float nWidthScreenInInch = wPix / mXDpi; //320 / 160 == 2.0 in inch.
float nHeightScreenInInch = hPix / mYDpi; //480 / 160 == 3.0 in inch.

// for example:
// density 120 per inch
//width 320 pix / 120 dpi == width 2.66 inch
//height 480 pix / 120 dpi == height 4.0 inch 

// density 240 per inch
//width 320 pix / 240 dpi == width 1.33 inch
//height 480 pix / 240 dpi == height 2.0 inch 




Example:
HTC Desire HD
11 (4.3) Diagonal cm (in)
480×800 Resolution
85 (217) ppcm (PPI - Pixels per inch)

480 / 217 = 2.21 inch
800 / 217 = 3.69 inch
Math.sqrt( 2.21*2.21 + 3.69 * 3.69) = 4.3 inch - diagonal

//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pixels_per_inch
//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dots_per_inch

Typical screen widths:

320dp: a typical phone screen (240x320 ldpi, 320x480 mdpi, 480x800 hdpi, etc).
480dp: a tweener tablet like the Streak (480x800 mdpi).
600dp: a 7” tablet (600x1024 mdpi).
720dp: a 10” tablet (720x1280 mdpi, 800x1280 mdpi, etc).


Emulator skins in the Android SDK
//developer.android.com/guide/practices/screens_support.html









































Low density (120), ldpi

Medium density (160), mdpi

High density (240), hdpi

Extra high density (320), xhdpi

Small screen
QVGA (240x320) 480x640

Normal screen
WQVGA400 (240x400)

WQVGA432 (240x432)
HVGA (320x480) WVGA800 (480x800)

WVGA854 (480x854)

600x1024
640x960

Large screen
WVGA800** (480x800)

WVGA854** (480x854)
WVGA800* (480x800)

WVGA854* (480x854)

600x1024

Extra Large screen
1024x600 WXGA (1280x800)

1024x768
1280x768
1536x1152
1920x1152

1920x1200
2048x1536
2560x1536

2560x1600
* To emulate this configuration, specify a
custom density of 160 when creating an AVD that uses a WVGA800 or WVGA854 skin.

** To emulate this configuration, specify a custom density of 120 when creating an AVD that
uses a WVGA800 or WVGA854 skin.

† This skin is available with the Android 3.0 platform
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How to capture screenshot of emulator window - Android sample | how-to-capture-screenshot-of-emulator-window-android-sample


When Eclipse and the emulator runs.
To access the DDMS perspective, go to Window > Open Perspective > DDMS. If DDMS does not appear, go to Window > Open Perspective > Other ... and select DDMS.

Open Devices TAB. Window -> Show view -> Devices

From Devices TAB select Screen Capture
Android emlator screen capture by eclipse
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Difference between logical operators and or Java | difference-between-logical-operators-and-or-java


Basic difference remember it!!!
if(TRUE && TRUE && TRUE) return TRUE otherwise FALSE

if(FALSE || FALSE || FALSE) return FALSE otherwise TRUE

Logical operator and &&
If all conditions/operands is TRUE return TRUE, otherwise return FALSE

if( true and true and true){ 
  // return true - do something
}
int a = 6;
if(a == 6 && a == 6 ) {
 // if TRUE
 // true && true return true, do something
}

if(a == 6 && a == 5){
  // nothing, not attended
}else{
  // true && false return false, or false && false return false 
  // do something
}


Logical operator or ||
The logical OR operator (||) returns the boolean value true if either or both operands is true and returns false otherwise.
If one operands is TRUE, condition is TRUE:

if(FALSE OR FALSE OR TRUE) return TRUE
if(FALSE OR TRUE OR FALSE) return TRUE
if(FALSE OR FALSE OR FALSE) return FALSE

int a = 6;
if(a==6 || a==5){ // TRUE || FALSE return TRUE
  //if return TRUE
  //one from operadns is TRUE return true,  do something
}

if(a==5 || a==4){ // FALSE || FALSE return FALSE
 // not attended
}else{
 //if return FALSE, do something
}

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This version of the rendering library is more recent than | this-version-of-the-rendering-library-is-more-recent-than


This version of the rendering library is more recent than your version of ADT plug-in. Please update ADT plug-in

Click on menu Help > Install New Software.
In the Work with field, Add: https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/
Select: Developer Tools / Android Development Tools.
Click Next to complete the wizard.

If you have problem try download all sdk + eclipse in one pack , rename old folder for example Andorid_old, create new folder Android and unpack sdk + eclipse from this adress:
//developer.android.com/sdk/index.html


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