Published October 10, 2013
Tags: android, demo, example, Tridroid, ui
I gave a presentation last week at my local Android developers’ meetup group, Tridroid. The topic of the meeting was fragments. In my presentation, I described a fragment I built to implement simple switches. The figures below show what the demo app looks like.
Usually what I do on this blog is provide a full write-up of how a demo app works. I will do that eventually for this one too, but I am starting with the set of slides and the source code.
Switch Fragment Demo presentation – project structure, layouts, separation of ui and rest of app, fragments versus views.
Source code for Switch Fragment Demo – zip of Eclipse project; runs on Android API level 10 and up.
Published December 16, 2011
Tags: app, gomoku, Tridroid
I presented my Gomoku League app at the local Android Meetup group (Tridroid) last night. I talked about the game of Gomoku, the idea for a league app, how I built it, what I learned, and free versus paid apps. I also announced that a test version of the app was available for download.
The presentation link is here: Gomoku League Tridroid presentation.
If you’d like to try this Android app, you can download it here: Download test version of Gomoku League.
The TriDroid Meetup group is located in North Carolina near Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and the Research Triangle Park. Visit the group’s home page for more information: TriDroid home.
Published August 11, 2011
Tags: dashboard, presentation, Tridroid, ui
I prepared a presentation for the local Android Meetup group (TriDroid). In the presentation I explained and elaborated on my March 2011 blog article: “How to Build a Dashboard User Interface in Android“. Basically, the presentation covers the same content as the blog article. I added a few more details about the layout and style xml files and added links to all the referenced materials, including the Dashboard examples I found. So if you’ve already seen the March article and gone through the source code, you will not find much new in the presentation.
Click here for my TriDroid Meetup presentation: presentation on Building an Android Dashboard UI. (Incidentally, this was the first time I built a presentation using Google Docs. Quick and easy to do, and easily shared.)
The TriDroid Meetup group has been very useful to me. Its members are from the area in North Carolina near Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and the Research Triangle Park. Visit the group’s home page for more information: TriDroid home.