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Month: October 2018

Android room database : CRUD example tutorial

Android room database : CRUD example tutorial

Introduction:  Room provides an abstraction layer over SQLite to allow fluent database access while harnessing the full power of SQLite. Apps that handle non-trivial amounts of structured data can benefit greatly from persisting that data locally. The most common use case is to cache relevant pieces of data. That way, when the device cannot access the network, the user can still browse that content while they are offline. Any user-initiated content changes are then synced to the server after the…

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Node JS tutorial – Introduction and Environment setup.

Node JS tutorial – Introduction and Environment setup.

Introduction: Node.js is a very powerful JavaScript-based framework/platform. It’s all about backend development and rest API.For more details https://nodejs.org/en/. Installations:  Download NoteJS from https://nodejs.org/en/download/ . After downloading just install it.Open Command line tool and type node to test if it’s install correctly or not. Text Editor :  To work with node project you can download and install sublime text editor or atom text editor . That’s are good enough.        

Your app(s) are using a content provider that contains a SQL Injection vulnerability.

Your app(s) are using a content provider that contains a SQL Injection vulnerability.

Fixing a SQL Injection Vulnerability This information is intended for developers with app(s) that contain the SQL Injection Vulnerability. What’s happening One or more of your apps contain a SQL Injection vulnerability that must be fixed. Please refer to the notice on your Play Console for the deadline to fix this vulnerability. After this deadline, updates to affected apps will be blocked if the vulnerability is still present. Your published APK version will remain unaffected. Action required Implementations of query, update, and delete in exported ContentProviders can be…

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Android google admob implementation – Banner

Android google admob implementation – Banner

Before Follow this tutorial please first complete the project configuration about how to integrate admob in android .  GOOGLE ADMOB IMPLEMENTATION ON ANDROID PROJECT   Step 1- Set banner ads on layout : Set banner elements on layout file As like – Note the following required attributes: ads:adSize – Set this to the ad size you’d like to use. If you don’t want to use the standard size defined by the constant, you can set a custom size instead. See the banner…

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The ARCore dependency minimum version code com.google.ar.core.min_apk_version is missing from the AndroidManifest.xml file although the meta-data tag com.google.ar.core has been specified.

The ARCore dependency minimum version code com.google.ar.core.min_apk_version is missing from the AndroidManifest.xml file although the meta-data tag com.google.ar.core has been specified.

Problem : The ARCore dependency minimum version code com.google.ar.core.min_apk_version is missing from the AndroidManifest.xml file although the meta-data tag com.google.ar.core has been specified.   Solution : This is Unity ARCode dependency problem. just add this line in menifest   <meta-data android:name=”com.google.ar.core.min_apk_version” android:value=”24″ />

Android best libraries for android developers

Android best libraries for android developers

Fancy Toast: Coloring toast message. It’s looking good and user friendly. Fancy Toast is awesome library for developers.   Speed Dial Fab :  Android library providing an implementation of the Material Design Floating Action Button Speed Dial. Features  MinSdk 14  Highly customizable (label, icon, ripple, fab and label background colors, themes support)  Same animations as in Inbox by Gmail  Option to have different icons for open/close state  Optional overlay/touch guard layout  Support for bottom, left and right menu expansion (left and right…

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