This is a continuation on Tutorial 4. In this tutorial, we will define and call a custom ArrayAdapter class, instead of the built in adapter, to map our array of strings to our ListView.
This is the same as our simple note list, with color and pictures instead of the built in layout for our adapter. We do this by invoking a different constructor, and pass it 4 variables instead of 3. The first and last are the same, but the middle two are now a resource, which is our custom_list_item xml file, and the id of the TextView that will contain the strings of the array.
Note in the video I misspeak and call the second variable the NoteList, it should be the id of TextView.
This is a tutorial that covers how to add notes to a list, when pressing a button. It is about as simple as can be. It consists of only an EditText, ListView and a Button. There is one class, and one xml file.
In this tutorial, I cover how to create a button in an activity to launch another activity. Now updated to Android 5.1, using 4.4.2 as minimum SDK.
This is my first Android development tutorial. It covers the built in Hello World! Project that is created when you create a new Android project in Eclipse, the files and directory structure there in, as well as one or two tips.