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Android Phone Call Tutorial using Basic4Android

In this tutorial, i will introduce another kind of application in which it can dial the number you wanted to call. I call this Phone Call Application. P.S This project is developed in Basic4Android 2.47, and tested with Android 4.0.1. On this, you need to create one button and named it as "Call". Next, named your abstract design as "main". Your abstract designer will be like this one below

Android WheelView Tutorial using Basic4Android

Today, I will introduce another tutorial called WheelView. WheelView is a control in android that is used for scrolling, customized items, customized labels, and has event listeners. On this, you need to create this Sub Globals like this: Sub Globals 'These global variables will be redeclared each time the activity is created. 'These variables can only be accessed from this module. Dim val(12) As

Android Progressbar Tutorial using Basic4Android

Hi! In this tutorial, I will introduce another component/controls in Basic4Android, the ProgressBar. ProgressBar displays a bar to the user representing how far the operation has progressed; the application can change the amount of progress modifying the length of the bar as it moves forward. On this, you need to create one ProgressBar and named it as "pgb1", two Labels and named it as "lblPercent

Android AutoCompleteEditText Searching Application Tutorial using Basic4Android

This is my first tutorial for using controls in Basic4Android. We have to discuss first the AutoCompleteEditText with Searching Application. AutoCompleteEditText is a control in basic4Android that is an editable text view that shows completion suggestions automatically while the user is typing. The list of suggestions is displayed in a drop down menu from which the user can choose an item to

Android Custom Dialog Tutorial using Basic4Android

Hi! I will introduce another tutorial in Dialogs using Basic4Android, the Custom Dialog. A custom dialog refers to be in the customization of your dialog that you will going to create on your own. First, you need to create two buttons and named it Button1 and btn1, and also one label and named it as lbl1. Next, named your layout name as "Main". Follow the image below for the abstract design

Android Number Dialog Tutorial using Basic4Android

Hi! Another tutorial for working with Dialogs is this what we called Number Dialog. This Dialog only refers to inputting of numbers either decimal, integer, or any numbers First, you need to create one button and named it Button1. Next, named your layout name as "Main". Declare first your variable in the Sub_Global like this: Sub Globals 'These global variables will be redeclared each time the

Android Color Hue Saturation Value Dialog using Basic4Android

Another tutorial for Color Dialog is this what we called Color Hue and Saturation Value Dialog. This Color HSV Dialog is different from the typical Color Dialog because it only has RGB Color. But this one uses the Hue and Saturation Values of the Color Dialog. First, you need to create one button and named it Button1. Next, named your layout name as "Main". Declare first your variable in the Sub

Android Color Picker Dialog Tutorial using Basic4Android

Hi! The last time we had our tutorial is in the Color Dialog. Today i will introduce another kind of dialog that is similar in the Color Dialog in Android. First, you need to create one button and named it Button1. Next, named your layout name as "Main". Declare first your variable in the Sub_Global like this: Sub Globals 'These global variables will be redeclared each time the activity is created

Android Color Dialog Tutorial using Basic4Android

In this tutorial, I will introduce another kind of dialog, the Color Dialog. First, you need to create one button and named it Button1. Next, named your layout name as "Main". Declare first your variable in the Sub_Global like this: Sub Globals 'These global variables will be redeclared each time the activity is created. 'These variables can only be accessed from this module. Dim Button1 As Button

Android File Dialog Tutorial using Basic4Android

This is my continuation in our Dialog example and next to be discussed is the File Dialog. First, we have to create our Layout name and named it as "Main" and have one button named Button1. You need to initialized the following variables in the Sub Globals below: Sub Globals 'These global variables will be redeclared each time the activity is created. 'These variables can only be accessed from