I recently created a website using the 960 Grid System. It let’s you create a grid-based layout with ease but also offers enough freedom. In this post I’ll show you how to use 960gs.
With XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) you can transform a xml file into any desired output. You can generate html, text or even sourcecode.
The goal is to have a footer stick to the bottom of the browser (making the website extend to the bottom) or, if the there’s no free space stick to the end of the website.
To controll what happens when a user clicks on a link inside a WebView you will have to implement your own WebViewClient and override the shouldOverrideUrlLoading() method.
I wrote this LocationHelper class to get the gps (or wifi) location.
When using the TranslateAnimation on an ImageView onClickEvents don’t work as expected. The Image moves on the screen, but the EventListener is still active in the previous position:
In this post I'll show you how to open the default system photo chooser and also let the user crop the photo to the size you require.
Launch the photo chooser like this: