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Category Archive: Android

Apr
18

Android Programming: Transferring Data Between Intents

While working on the development of some new applications, I have tried transferring complex variables to new intents. For example: Transferring a single variable, or set of single variable is easily accomplished by adding them to the intent. 1: Intent i = new Intent(); 2: i.setClassName("packageName", "packageName.IntentClass"); 3: String term = "data to pass"; 4: …

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Dec
30

Android Programming: Basic Animation

Saving space is a constant necessity of programming on mobile platforms. While mobile devices are extremely convenient, providing a large amount of computing power in an easy-to-carry size, the screen size can make it difficult to use complex applications. One benefit of both the iPhone/iPod and the Android platforms is the ability to use animations …

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Dec
29

Android Programming: AgileMedCalc

Quick, easy to use specialty applications are fantastic on mobile platforms. However, for some utilities, a single application with multiple functions can save a lot of “application space” on menus. To help address this, we’ve created AgileMedCalc to work as a multi-function medical calculator. We’ve rolled in one of our past applications, AgileBloodGas, into this …

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Dec
23

Android Programming: Google Service/App Authentication

While many of the Google applications already have Android-based ports, some of the more “specialty apps” such as AdSense don’t have a mobile interface. Luckily, the Google API allows for an easy login method using an HTTP Post request. One of our current applications, SimpleAdMonitor, uses this method to download an AdSense user’s daily and …

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Dec
16

Android Programming: DefaultHttpClient GET Request

This article will briefly describe the method to form and receive an HTTP GET request in Android. The first code snippet listed below shows how to form the request and receive the data back from the server.  The second shows a function that can be used to read the InputStream and save it to a …

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Dec
15

Application Development: AgileBloodGas

The AgileBloodGas application was developed as an acid/base status calculator. The most time consuming part of developing this application was some of the error checking and equation entry. The paper used as a basis for the equations was Morganroth, M. 1990. Six steps to acid-base analysis: Clinical applications. The Journal of Critical Illness 5:460-469. . …

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Dec
13

Application Development: AgileMedSearch

Our first application for the Android platform is AgileMedSearch, an app that allows for searching of the NCBI PubMed database. Developing the basics of this application was quite easy compared to what we were expecting. Being able to easily bind data to a scrollable listview object made creating the abstract list a very simple matter. …

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