Integrate Google AdMob in your Android App

In this tutorial, you will learn how to integrate the new Google Admob with banner and interstitial ads into your Android application. The new AdMob is a streamlined user interface, to make it even easier for you to monetize and promote your apps in minutes. Maximize your earnings with the new AdMob improved tools to help app developers build thier business. We will create a simple view that launches an Interstitial on start and show a single banner advertisement. So lets begin…

1. Sign into your AdMob account.

2. Click on Monetize tab.

Tutorialsee Integrating Google Analytics in Android

nalytics is one of the major parts in applications that drive revenue. Mobile App Analytics help you set and track the goal conversions you want most: purchases, clicks, or simply time spent on your app. It is required to make business inclined towards user’s interest. For example, if you developing an application for Mobile Shopper app, it is important to track the below things.

1. Number of users/active users from across the world

2. Most viewed products, categories, brands, etc.

3. Number of users placing request, etc.

 

Android Google Maps Example

Google provides via Google play a library for using Google Maps in your application. The following description is based on the Google Maps Android API v2 which provides significant improvements to the older API version. The library provides the com.google.android.gms.maps.MapFragment class and the MapView class for displaying the map component.

Android Upload File to sever with Camera Image, Video

Hi guys! Today we are going to code on how to send data from Android to PHP server. This is an example app that can post a file and text data to a web server with PHP file as a receiver. Having the ability to (do HTTP Post Request) post data from android app to remote server is required for most apps. Here are some example use of this functionality:

View Pager Example

ViewFlipper is and user interface widget available in android since android API level 1. It can hold two more views, but only one child can be shown at a time. Using this we can implement functionality similar to android gallery item, swiping allows to navigate between images. It also support to auto flip between child at a regular interval.

PrefernceSettings

Preference Settings allow the user to select basic settings for an app. It’s a way of customising the app to suite the user. This tutorial will show you how you can create your own custom Preference Settings for your apps. We’ll be using fragments and Headers so this tutorial is suitable for apps developed for devices running Android 3.0 and up.

Supporting Multiple Screens

In the article you will learn about overview of UI components. Android provides basic layouts and controls that you can use to create your app's user interface. However if you are not satisfied with them or you want more components, you can make it yourself. I have read many documentation on supporting multiple screen sizes but still confused. i designed a layout file, that supports for large and normal screens, when am trying it with small screen it is not adjusting the layout to fit the screen.

SlidingMenu Without Fragment

You may came across different Android Apps such as Gmail, YouTube, LinkedIn the Navigation Drawer which is revealed when you swipe across the screen from left edge , which would be hidden rest of time. Now In this tutorial we are going to develop a simple Android App with a Sliding Navigation Drawer.

Sherlock SlidingMenu

Sherlock Sliding Menu Implementation Example is an example app, which shows how to do implementation of an Android library SlidingMenu developed by tutorialsee. It has two different aproaches. First one demonstrates left side sliding out menu with a list fragment, as a content, filled with data loaded from XML file. Second one demonstrates left side sliding out menu with a list fragment, as a content, filled with data loaded from a class.

NavigationDrawer

Android has different navigation options available to navigate between views in an android application. Navigation drawer is the the one of the best option out of them. In this tutorial I’ll try to demonstrate how implement a navigation drawer according to your customizations. If look at the navigation drawer sample application at developer.android.com website, you can see it is a listview used to navigate through different fragments.

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