If you are looking for the permission to add to your AndroidManifest file, you are looking for the WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE setting. To do this programmatically, use this code:
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
You can get the default preferences from your preferences.xml file by using the following code:
// Get the xml/preferences.xml preferences
SharedPreferences preferences = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences(getBaseContext());
String settingValue = preferences.getString("setting", "");
Going from PHP to Java is a step backwards when dealing with arrays (imo). One of the more beneficial things that you can do with a PHP array is define keys. For example I can do something like:
$myList = array("oranges"=>15, "apples"=>25);
Then I can access how many oranges I have by going echo $myList[“oranges”];
To do something like this in JAVA is a bit different than just defining a normal array. In JAVA you need to use a HashMap:
HashMap<String,Integer> myList = new HashMap<String,Integer>();
If you need to store two strings, then change the object type (I.e. HashMap<String,String>).
To get the value, simply use the get method.
You can use a unix timestamp in java wit the following code:
String TimeStamp = "1324716371";
Date time=new Date((long)TimeStamp*1000);
Now, timestamp doesn’t have to be a string, however in many of your projects you may have the value in that format. In this case, we convert it to a long (integer is too small), and then multiply it by 1000 since Java uses milliseconds.
Use the following code snip in your application:
String VersionName = this.getPackageManager().getPackageInfo(this.getPackageName(), 0).versionName;
catch (NameNotFoundException e)
You need to add the ScrollView FrameLayout. A great example on how to do this can be found here:
To remove the bar that appears at the top of your activity, modify your AndroidManifest.xml document. Foreach activity, add the line:
Making the result look like: