Android Navigation Drawer Example Source Code

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Modified Saturday, February 15, 2014
by - @ninjazhai
Note: The code is working but we are currently improving this article.

This is a step by step guide on how to create a navigation drawer for your Android app.

Android Action Bar Tutorial with 2.2+ Compatibility

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Modified Monday, February 10, 2014
by - @ninjazhai
Note: The code is working but we are currently improving this article.

This is a step by step guide on how you can create an ActionBar for your awesome Android app.

PHP and MySQL CRUD Tutorial for Beginners

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Modified Thursday, January 30, 2014
by - @ninjazhai
Create, read, update or delete (CRUD) MySQL database records - these are some of the basic things a PHP web programmer must be able to code effortlessly. But if you are a beginner or just want to have a little reference on how these things can be coded, this tutorial post is for you!

This post contains three ways to do this simple PHP CRUD grid. The most updated way is using the PDO extension. MySQLi extension can also be used. And the oldest way is using the MySQL extension.

MySQL extension is not recommended, it has been deprecated since PHP 5.5, so for newer versions of PHP, we have to use either MySQLi (i means improved) or PDO extension. But if you're debugging with an old software, you can still use this reference I provided below

simple php crud tutorial

4th TIP Student Congress with the Alumni - 2014

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Modified Friday, January 24, 2014
by - @ninjazhai
Hey guys! I'm sorry to disappoint you but I'm not going to publish some codes today. I was invited to be a guest speaker at our institute's student congress with the alumni - for the second time. It was held yesterday, January 23, 2014 in the Technological Institute of the Philippines, QC.

Android AlertDialog Example Codes with Output Screenshots

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Modified Wednesday, January 15, 2014
by - @ninjazhai
Android AlertDialog one of the most common UI element or widget that we use with any Android app. In general, an AlertDialog is a small window that appears in front of your application. It gets the screen focus and able to accept user interaction.

Dialogs are normally used for notifications that should interrupt the user and to perform short tasks.

In this post, we are going to take a look at some common types of AlertDialog I use during Android development. We will cover how to show an Android AlertDialog - from basic to a little complex type.

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