Hi, David Thanks For Your Replies, I greatly appreciate the replies.I have shortlisted the Google Play Music interface layout as the layout I want to adopt.But I am unsure on how to implement such a system.Thanks
That app undoubtedly has a ton of layouts and fragments. The fifth image here, which allows you to switch between stations, artists, albums, songs, and genres, looks like it might be a PagerTabStrip with a ViewPager as a parent. The class you derive from ViewPager might then have a FragmentPagerAdapter for its adapter, with 5 views (i.e., Fragments). In each of the five fragments, create a layout of what you want to display. Start small, get that much going, and build up from there.
A lot of this can be created for you by the IDE. When creating a new project, opt for the Tabbed Activity. You'll need to manually add the PagerTabStrip.
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Hi, I am trying to code an android program and I ran into some problems with the Fragments.I am using a Navigation Drawer and the layout on my mainActivity is controlled by the fragments.So I have a problem whereby I am not sure how to trigger a change of a fragment by pressing a button inside the frist fragment and using that to trigger a layout change in my MainActivity.
Any advise on how to fix this problem would be greatly appreciated.
I am converting a console application that runs under Windows to run under the base Linux O/S of Android phones (version 5.x or later). With the exception of calls to the Windows API DeviceIoControl() (which I've isolated in a single module), the application is written in Standard C++, and converting it to C is a large effort.
I have discovered that Android 6.x and above support C++, but Android 5.x does not.
Is there any way to create a statically-linked application (no reliance on shared libraries) in Android? This would perhaps allow me to compile the code with the Android 6.x tools, but run it under Android 5.x.
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