Honeycomb optimized Analytix

I’ve just released the new Honeycomb optimized version of Analytix. I’ve rebuild the interface using new UI elements from Honeycomb like the actionbar, tabs etc. I’ve used more charts to visualize the data because there is just lots of space now 😉 I was receiving many requests about a Honeycomb version of Analytix, but the […]

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How to set styles programmatically in Android

When you’re using different kind of styles in your project, the best way to accomplish this is to use the styles.xml file where you can define different style definitions for your views. These styles can be applied very easily, like: [code lang=”xml”] <TextView android:id="@+id/txtName" android:text="TextView" style="@style/NameText" /> [/code] This is all done, using declarative xml […]

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9patch images in Android

Using and creating 9-patch images is actually quit simple. Just keep in mind which area is stretched and which area will be repeated. Because I couldn’t find any resources ofor this topic I’ve created some 9 patch images myself. Use it for your own projects. No, I don’t use any licence for this, just use […]

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MegaMath, new Android app

Just launched a new Android app. Basically, it’s a math app for childeren who are just starting with math. Math is all about repetition and recognizing patterns. Just by training your math skills, you’ll see that it’s possible to solve math puzzles of high levels. Just give it a try, search for MegaMath in the […]

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Equal width in Android TableLayout

Using table layout in Android is pretty nasty. As a webdeveloper I’m known to the default behaviour of tables. Using table layout in Android, it’s completely different en you have to think in an other way. To create equal width for the cells is painfully hard to create in de layout.xml. It’s even harder to […]

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