Tag : android
Tag : android
As mentioned in my earlier post, we can use the default AlertDialog class to display the alerts of screen by setting different properties and methods of it. But still there sounds like, we may need dialogs on screen which would be needed to be customized. They can be accept user inputs, can display an arranged info of an user etc.
We will follow few simple steps
Let’s just display a quick informative popup, which will only display an alert on screen with a title and a message in it. It actually gets closed when the back button get touched.
AlertDialog.Builder alert = new AlertDialog.Builder(this);
alert.SetMessage("This is just an alert to show on the screen in order to try my alert demo.");
We will add OK and Canel button. On click of the buttons, it will display a quick Toast message on screen in order
to differentiate which button is clicked.
It was quite late in the evening and I was about to wrap up my work. Suddenly I got a call form my client in Skype and he shared his concerns of uploading the build to production. Although it was late, I thought to help him before I close the day, since that guy is in the middle of his day time (in US). Now mind set is to spend time on the issue. I started looking into the issue.
The issue is, while he (my client) started uploading the APK file into the Android store, he is receiving the below rejection message from the store. More..