Android navigation Drawer Tutorial and Example in Kotlin

Android navigation Drawer: is a UI panel that, shows main navigation within an app like Gmail app has a setting, inbox, chat, etc option in navigation drawer. It’s hidden by default, the user has to slide in from the side or from the top level of the app, the user touches the drawer icon in the app bar Read More…


Android Handler – Background Thread Communicate with UI thread

Every Android app has its own thread that runs UI objects, this thread is called Main Thread or UI Thread. If your app is running a background thread long operation and you want to publish the result in-app screen. But here is a problem, your app task is running in the background and Where UI Read More…


Android Time Picker Dialog and Example in Kotlin

Android Time Picker dialog is the user interface, where the user can select a time. Users can select time by Hour and Minutes. You can see the time picker example in the android default app alarm. How is working? When a user clicks on any widget like Button, that time you have to set click Read More…


Android Date Picker Dialog with Example in Kotlin

Android Date Picker Dialog allows users to select the date consisting of day, month, and year in-app date picker dialog user interface. Android provides DatePicker and DatePickerDialog components to get done in your app very easily. Some of the examples of the app are date picker use in Railway ticket booking app or flight booking or Read More…


Alert Dialog Android and Example in Kotlin

A Dialog is a small User Interface window, which popup on the app for the user to make a decision or fill in any additional information. Where Alert Dialog Android can be a subcategory of Dialog. Like if you want to send the Email? That time it’s given to the user to make the decision to take Read More…


Android Menu – Options Menu Tutorial and Example in Kotlin

Android Menu provides a user interface in Android applications. The concept of the Android menu has come to forgive a user experience to the user. Like if you have the same option (action button ) in multiple activities, then you have to add a menu in the App bar for a good user interface experience. Read More…


Android Bottom Sheet Tutorial with Example in Kotlin

Android Bottom Sheet is a component that slides up from the bottom to up in an application. For example, when you have a video to share and you click on the Share button, it will open a one slider from bottom, which contains available apps in your device. Sometimes it can also have a menu option. Read More…


Android Tooltips – User Interface example in Kotlin

Android Tooltips is a hint to the user about a particular button or another view element. It shows the small pop message to a user on long-press the view or hovers their mouse on it. It’s useful because sometimes the only icon can adjust on screen and information (label) can be longer. In this tutorial Read More…


Android Spinner with Example in Kotlin

Android Spinner provides an option set, where the user can select any one of the options. Like a list of cities, in this case, a user can select the city. The advantage of Spinner is giving more option lists in less space. The Default state of the spinner is shown currently selected value. The user has Read More…


Android ToggleButton with Example in Kotlin

Android ToggleButton uses at User Interface, where the user has can change the setting between two states. Some examples of use On/Off – Volume, Wifi, Bluetooth, etc. Since Android 4.0, Android introduces another type of toggle button called switch, which provides slider control. Android ToggleButton and Switch are the subclasses of CompoundButton class. Android ToggleButton Attributes Here are Read More…