Workout Journal for the Android platform has been released to the market. This is a free application. We have documentation available online here to help you get going. We also have a place for you to report any issues you encounter. And please let us know if there are any issues. We want you to have a great experience with this application. Thanks – OGB.
Monthly Archives: July 2010
Handling screen orientation changes in Android is a pain. However, if you want your application to present a professional user interface, you simply must handle them. Imagine a scenario where the user starts to enter data in a text field on a G1. After a bit of pecking on the virtual keyboard they decide to switch to the built-in keyboard to finish. They switch to the keyboard only to find the cursor is now in a completely different field. Very frustrating. In this article we show you how to maintain the focus and cursor position during a screen orientation change.
Your are probably familiar with the linux kernel linked list that can be found in linux/list.h. While this is a wonderful tool to use in your kernel programming, sometimes you need something a bit different. One such instance is a queue – a first in, first out collection of objects. Here I will present a generic Queue container based on the linux kernel linked list.