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Read text file from assets folder in Android Studio
Video shows you how to show content of a text file located in the assets folder in your Android app.
Views: 41892 Tihomir RAdeff
Read CSV Resource File: Android Programming
Import a CSV file into an Android Application from the raw resource folder and store the contents in custom data objects for use in Java. Steps: 1. Have data in a spread sheet. Clean out ','s from the data, then save as CSV file. 2. In Android project, create new resoure directory - type raw: gives name "raw" - copy in file w/ copy/paste 3. Write code to read it. - access the file via getResources().openRawResource(R.raw.vehicles_simple); - use a BufferedReader to read one line at a time. - call String.split() on the full line to create string tokens. - parse the strings as needed and store in custom data objects. - handle incorrectly formatted or missing data. Listing of videos: http://www.cs.sfu.ca/CourseCentral/276/bfraser/videolist.html
Views: 26187 DrBFraser
Reading a JSON file from RAW in Android
In this Android Programming video we see how to read a JSON file from RAW resource, parse it using the built-in JSONObject and JSONArray classes. Get the starter code from GitHub: https://github.com/ProfPaulB/JSONinRAWExample There is also an exercise at the end to have some programming fun :)
Views: 8395 ProfPaulB
Loading Resources In Java Using Eclipes IDE
There are many questions posted on Experts Exchange by people starting out in Java programming, who are using an IDE, most often Eclipse and sometimes NetBeans that center around their application not being able to find a file. This is quite often an image they want to use in their application. This often happens when they create an 'executable jar'. An executable jar is an application that can be made to run in a windowing environment by double-clicking a shortcut icon, much the same as one can get a native application to run. The ultimate cause of the problem is the failure to understand the concept of the 'current directory' or the 'working directory'. Wikipedia tells us: "In computing, the working directory of a process is a directory of a hierarchical file system, if any,[1] dynamically associated with each process. When the process refers to a file using a simple file name or relative path (as opposed to a file designated by a full path from a root directory), the reference is interpreted relative to the current working directory of the process. So for example a process with working directory /rabbit-hats that asks to create the file foo.txt will end up creating the file /rabbit-hats/foo.txt." ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Working_directory ) When developers starting out want to display, say my-image.png in the program, they often refer to this only by the path "my-image.png", having copied this into the project. This will work fine when the application is run through the IDE, but when, like all good java applications, it is made into an executable jar and the resulting icon is double-clicked, the application fails. Worse still, since Windows associates the open action of a .jar file with javaw.exe, which is designed to run without a console window, apparently nothing at all happens and the reason the application fails is a mystery. The application is not 'relocatable'. The solution to this problem is to package the resources together with the class files in the application jar. One of the best ways to do this is to create a 'resources' folder at the package root and to place any needed resources in there. An video example of doing that in the Eclipse IDE can be seen here.
Views: 23979 Experts Exchange
Java getClass().getResource(path) NullPointerException - How to Fix it
Hi guys! In this video I explain the getClass().getResource(path) fix in Java. I know it really bugged me that I couldn't load ImageIcons this way, so I found a fix and here it is! If this video helped you, or if you enjoyed it, be sure to like, comment, or even subscribe :D ========================================================================== My code: http://pastebin.com/7F4nuNs4
Views: 18396 Soham
Solved failed linking file resources android studio
failed linking file resources android studio.in my case this error occur because of Drawable folder.in another case this error occur any missing file.check and read error .check file are placed in correct position.
Views: 15372 Pooja Gupta
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Android Read Text File
Learn how to Read Text File in Android.
Views: 9904 DevNami
Reading Files from Internal Storage: Practical Android Java Development Part 9
Get complete courses at http://courses.caveofprogramming.com Now that we've written a file to internal storage, in this tutorial we'll move on to reading it.
Views: 6289 Cave of Programming
Failed to extract resources needed by II2CPP- Android error- Solution-
I HOPE YOU FIXED THE PROBLEM WITH MY METHOD : ERROR, FAILED TO EXTRACT RESOURCES NEEDED BY II2CPP Thanks for watching please subscribe My channel So i can get sure about making helpful videos *********************************************
Views: 73488 Chilly Milly Studios
Android Color Resource Files
Demonstrates how to create and use a colors.xml file to efficiently manage the colors used in an app. You can download the sample starter files at www.webbie.org/youtube/ElvisStart.zip
Views: 2378 profgustin
Read File from External Storage | Android Studio
Check my previous video to learn how to Write File to External Storage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CEcevGbIZU In this video you'll learn how to easily read the text file we created in previous video tutorial. Download Project Files: http://q.gs/E2ZQ5 🏆 My Courses: https://www.udemy.com/ux-ui-design-design-beautiful-messaging-app-with-adobe-xd/ 💎 My Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=Stefan+Jovanovic 💡 My Portfolio: https://dribbble.com/Stevdza-San
Views: 2455 Stevdza-San
05 How To Add String Resources - Android Studio
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Views: 9013 Hilary Zeller
Unity tutorial : Loading external text file in Unity3D
This will method will let you load the plain text files on Unity GUI very easily so you don’t have write the descriptions or others in the c# or javascript files. You can just design your text file out side and bring to unity. Check out my blog for more tutorials : http://aarlangdi.blogspot.com.au If you guys like to watch movie trailers, new trailers everyday, follow this channel : http://www.dailymotion.com/filmbuzzer
Views: 22084 Katus Production
How to read txt file from asset folder
How to read txt file from asset folder
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Resources By Name: Android Programming
Demonstration on how to access resources (such as images) by the file name with Android programming. Contents: - Importing images into the project. - Adding a button and ImageView to the project. - Debugging an incorrectly cast object - Setting an ImageView's image by resource ID. - Getting an image's resource ID based on its name. - Displaying a die image based on an integer counter.
Views: 6250 DrBFraser
Create assets folder in Android Studio, and copy file into.
How to create assets folder in Android Studio, and copy a PDF file into the assets folder. Related Android exercise: Display PDF using PdfRenderer: http://android-er.blogspot.com/2017/02/display-pdf-using-pdfrenderer.html Display PDF in assets folder: http://android-er.blogspot.com/2017/02/display-pdf-in-assets-folder-inside-apk.html
Views: 7007 Andr.oid Eric
How to write and read txt-files from your Android Application | Android App Development video #08
This video will teach you how you can save a file to you device's internal storage and read it from that file. also you will learn how you can access a particular file's directory . Learn how to easily save/write simple .txt file to Internal storage. write,writing,save,saving,file,text,txt,to,external,storage,system,android,studio,java,tutorial,guide,how to 2017,android,android apps,android development,android studio,android tutorial,beginners,how to make apps,java,tutorial,android internal storage,android save text,android save text file,android save text file to internal storage,android internal,android internal storage tutorial,android stringbuilder,android load from internal storage,android fileinputstream,android fileoutputstream,android fileoutputstream append,android ioexception,android getbytes,save,load android (operating system),tutorial (media genre),how-to (website category),java (programming language),mobile,text file (file format genre),read and write,textfile,external storage,save,load,data,application
Views: 1136 Sasasushiq
Android: Creating a menu resource directory and menu resource file in Android Studio
Learn how to create an Android Resource Directory and then an Android Resource File in that directory in Android Studio. Here, we will create a menu resource file with Empty Activity: - Android Resource Directory: res/menu - Android Resource File: res/menu/menu_main.xml
Views: 15710 Amit Thinks
Android Studio error: Expected resource of type raw
Android Studio error: Expected resource of type raw http://android-er.blogspot.com/2016/03/android-studio-error-expected-resource.html
Views: 2783 Andr.oid Eric
Java for Android - Creating and Editing Source Code and Resource Files
Java for Android Module 1 summarizes the organization of the MOOC and the topics it covers. It also discusses the MOOC prerequisites, workload, and learning strategies needed to complete the MOOC successfully. It then presents an overview of key features in the Java language, outlining its support for object-oriented programming concepts that guide the development of Android apps.
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Lesson19 Android -  Read text file  and process it for Android application
How to read data from text file in Android application from res/raw folder? We can write a basic dictionary application based on text file! Please, check the video and let me know if you have any questions.
Views: 3293 Volodymyr Voytenko
[Android - java - Tutorial] How to write and read txt-files from your Android Application
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How to Load Text from RAW Folder - Android Studio Tutorial
This video shows how to create an Android Studio Application which will load the text from a text file storage in RAW folder.
Views: 1373 Ricardo Quinones
Unity Tutorial - Load external movie at runtime
This tutorial shows you how to load a movie file in Unity at runtime so that the user can change the movie by swapping a file in the directory without need to recompile the project. Project files: https://www.dropbox.com/s/906zljrerpoovtw/ExternalMovieFile.zip?dl=0
Views: 9729 Virtuon
Android Kotlin Read File From Assets
How to read a file from your assets folder in Android. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/tedhoryczun The Total Kotlin Course: http://bit.ly/2gTWuWi Kotlin for Android Development Course: http://bit.ly/2xHOw9t Website: http://www.devlanding.com Want to hire me?: http://www.devlanding.com/?page_id=336
Views: 2380 Dev Landing
Save Text File to Storage in Android Studio
Video shows you how to save text file to internal storage directly from your Android app. Read Text File from Storage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6azVvt-9KE If you learn something press the Like button! If you want to see more tutorials like this press the Subscribe button! It's FREE!
Views: 9224 Tihomir RAdeff
How To Add Media Sources In Kodi
How to add media sources in Kodi, either through a USB drive or network computer. This tutorial is a 2-part video. The first shows you how to add media files to Kodi from a USB drive. The second shows how to add media files from a network computer and in my case, I am using a Windows 10 computer. The USB tutorial is first and you will find Network tutorial at 14:30 of video. This tutorial is perfect for those people who are building their own media library or download content with Usenet. How To Add Media Sources In Kodi TROYPOINT Article - http://troypoint.com/add-media-sources-kodi/ How To Use Plex - http://troypoint.com/how-to-use-plex/ How To Use Usenet - http://troypoint.com/how-to-use-usenet/ Supercharge Kodi Guide - http://troypoint.com/supercharge-kodi-signup-form How To Install VPN On Kodi & Protect Your Privacy - http://troypoint.com/install-vpn-kodi/
Views: 53016 TROYPOINT
C# - Load Embedded Resources
How to load embedded resources using reflections
Views: 14740 Brian
Android Part 6: Strings, Values, and Resources xml files!
Part 6 looks into the res/ folders that contain value xml files like strings, styles, and colors. Useful for large stylized applications! If you guys want to see my earlier videos in the series check them out here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDr5vrG_rxVsgvYPA0WMeQQl3N4HcFi5k
Views: 4507 MrWeisman4
How to Import Excel Data to Android
Importing Data from Excel to Android In this tutorial I show you how to import data from excel into your Android Application. I use the Library "android5xlsx." By the end of this video you will be able to incorporate excel data into any of your apps. ➤Android5xlsx Library/Documentation: ↻ https://github.com/andruhon/android5xlsx ➤Source Code: ↻ https://github.com/mitchtabian/ImportFromExcel ➤My Keyboard: ↻ https://goo.gl/1RUqgb ➤My Microphone: ↻ https://goo.gl/mPh3dk ➤Check out our website: ↻ http://www.CodingWithMitch.com
Views: 31115 CodingWithMitch
Java Programming Tutorial - 81 - Reading from Files
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Saving Data in Unity: Custom Binary Files
An introduction to saving Unity classes as binary files. This is a great solution for saving player game progress on local builds, as well as storing external content that you still want to protect. OTHER RESOURCES: Unity Tutorial on Saving Persistent Data: https://unity3d.com/learn/tutorials/modules/beginner/live-training-archive/persistence-data-saving-loading Unity Blog on Serialization: http://blogs.unity3d.com/2014/06/24/serialization-in-unity/ Support Board To Bits on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/boardtobits Check out Board To Bits on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BoardToBits
Views: 55100 Board To Bits Games
Android Studio support for VectorDrawable
Tenghui Zhu introduces new tool supports for VectorDrawable in Android Studio 1.4. In Android Studio 1.4, developers can create VectorDrawable assets either from the Material library or converted from SVG files. Moreover, for backward compatibility, all the VectorDrawable assets will be converted into PNG files at build time automatically. More information https://developer.android.com/sdk/ For more Android video content, subscribe to the Android Developers channel here: http://goo.gl/GEh1ds
Views: 62658 Android Developers
Migrating to Android Gradle Plugin 3.0.0
For more information about migrating to Android Gradle Plugin 3.0.0 refer to the guide in our documentation: https://goo.gl/AGR95p Android Plugin version 3.0.0 brings many improvements to build times, especially for multi-module projects. When updating your build files to the newest version however, you might have to watch out for some DSL changes. In this video we show how to deal with errors such as missing flavor dimensions, providing fallbacks for missing build types and flavors in libraries and migrating to a new way of declaring Gradle dependencies. Subscribe to the Android Developers channel here: https://goo.gl/vLYDU #tools #gradle
Views: 89120 Android Developers
How to Play Video in Android Studio 1.4
Tutorial about how to Play an mp4 Movie using VideoView in Android Studio version.1.4. 0:00 Create New Project with Application name "Play Video"; Minimum SDK - API 9: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). 0:44 Create New Directory in app - res with name "raw". 1:02 Copy a video you want to display, in new created folder, raw; I used in this example, a video with name "movie.mp4". 1:44 In file activity_main.xml, create a VideoView to display your video. 1:52 In file activity_main.xml, create a Button to play again video, on click. 1:57 Complete code in MainActivity.java (in onCreate). 3:05 Run the app with Emulator. 3:40 Enjoy the result! Attention: the app is working only with Video with extension mp4. If you have an .avi movie or other extension, convert it on mp4 and add video to Android project. For more details click here: http://android-coffee.com/tutorial-how-to-play-video-in-android-studio-1-4/
How to edit resources images in android apps in windows
In this video i am goning to show you how to edit android applications resources images using apktool latest version Tools link https://www.mediafire.com/file/g8d90as8vn3v87y/apktool.zip/file
(#5) Providing Android App Alternative Resources
How to provide and access alternative resources (like translated strings) in Android. How to localize resources in Android. Google Localization Help (translating your app): https://support.google.com/l10n/?hl=en#topic=6307483 Check out my blog: http://androidifi.com Written Article: http://androidifi.com/android-beginners-series-4-resources-android/ Follow me on the following sites: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/androidifi/ Google+: google.com/+Androidifi Twitter: https://twitter.com/Androidifi_GS android tutorial for beginners Searches related to android tutorial for beginners android tutorial for beginners android development tutorial android tutorial for beginners android studio android programming tutorial android video tutorial for beginners localization android studio localization android studio example localization android resources in android development string resources in android default resources in android using resources in android resources in android application resources androidifi resources android alternative resources android default resources android resources in android providing resources android accessing resources android how to provide alternative resources in android resources in android studio
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Android Development Ch.22 -- Formatted string resources
This video teaches you how to use, 1. Formatted string resources Things to Remember 1. On older ADT versions, if you have more than one format specifier use theformatted=”false” attribute in your string resource definition (strings.xml file). 2. Use the Resources.getString(int, Object…) or the Context.getString(int, Object…) method to retrieve your formatted string.
How to clear the storage on your android phone
This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Views: 1001316 Tarah Taylor
Bully anniversary resource not found solution android
I know you are waiting for this game on android, Resource could not be found, stuck in play bully anniversary edition, one solution is you have to create a folder in android/obb/com.rockstargames.bully. now froce stop and clear data your game again start it If your game is not start wait for new version and email me I will give the real crack link of game or comment your email If you have any other solution tell me Like , subscribe Bully anniversary edition download & game play
Views: 47363 Bucephalus unruly
Idling Resource - Android Testing Patterns #4
Espresso does most of the heavy lifting for you when it comes to detecting when the UI is idle. But if you're using any custom background threads or scheduling for long running jobs, you might need to add and manage an IdlingResource to tell Espresso when your app is busy and when it's idle. Watch more episodes of Android Testing Patterns here: https://goo.gl/g1bLh4 #testing Subscribe to the Android Developers channel at http://goo.gl/GEh1ds
Views: 22654 Android Developers
How to create an assets folder in Android Studio?
Android Studio doesn’t have Assets folder which we usually use to keep our web files like HTML. Assets folder is saved under main folder: main/assets: Here we will share step by step how to create Assets raw folder in Android Studio. Step 1: Open your android studio. Navigate to Android option. Step 2: You will find app folder and Gradle Script. Right click on app folder goto New - Folder - Assets Folder. Step 3: Android Studio will open a dialog box. Keep all the settings default. Under target source set, option main should be selected. and click finish. Step 4: Now open app folder. you will find your Assets folder by the name of “assets”.
Views: 728 Isuru Madusanka
Loading and Playing AudioClip at Runtime in Unity 3D
In this video we will learn how to load an audio clip in the audio source at runtime with the help of resource class. Download Code : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B__1zp7jwQOKRXF0S3RrMlQtblU
Views: 5679 Learn Everything Fast
Display PDF in assets folder (inside APK)
Views: 7059 Andr.oid Eric
Android - Application Resources
In this file you need to declare the permission others are required to have in case they want to use your application. This is brief about the application resources which can be like images, audio files ect. The layouts of the activity you can have various kinds of layout of an activity like linear layout, relative layouts you have to default UI saved in let us say if you are talking about layout and if you look at an application source code resources are present in a folder RES and the layouts of that applications present in RES/layout directory so all this XMLs will lined in the directory.
Views: 89 TechGig
Android About Dialogs: Part 2/3: Reading Raw Resources
Android About Dialogs: Part 2: Reading Raw Resources Makoto TV: the same YouTube crap, only better. Welcome to Makoto TV! In this video, I’ll show you how to read raw resources into your Android application's About dialog. The source code for the project in this video is on Github at: https://github.com/makotogo/AndroidAboutDialog Don’t forget to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAoqQ5DnRyLisPdzUodMrww Check out my blog: http://makotoconsulting.com/blog Thanks for watching!
Views: 92 Makoto TV
Resources Names in Android
Each resource has an ID number held in a static variable that belongs to one of the static inner classes in R. The name of that static variable is the very same name we specify as the name of the resource. It can be name of the string (string resource), the name of the image file (drawable resource), the name of the array (array resource), the name of the xml layout file (layout resource) etc. The name of the resource must obey the same rules that apply when creating a simple variable in Java.
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Android Developing Applications Tutorial 55 Setting up a String array resource
Android is a mobile operating system currently developed by Google, based on the Linux kernel and designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. And as we said before, Android offers a unified approach to application development for mobile devices. Android is an open-source operating system named Android. Google has made the code for all the low-level "stuff" as well as the needed middleware to power and use an electronic device, and gave Android freely to anyone who wants to write code and build the operating system from it. There is even a full application framework included, so third-party apps can be built and installed, then made available for the user to run as they like. Android is an open source and Linux-based Operating System for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Android was developed by the Open Handset Alliance, led by Google, and other companies. Android offers a unified approach to application development for mobile devices which means developers need to develop only for Android, and their applications should be able to run on different devices powered by Android. 1 - Download and Install the Java JDK 2 - Installing Eclipse and Setting up the ADT 3 - Installing Android SDK and Set up Emulator 4 - Setting up an Android Project 5 - Overview of Project and Adding Folders 6 - Introduction to Layouts in XML 7 - Creating A Button in XML and Adding an ID 8 - Setting up Variables and Referencing XML ids 9 - Set up a Button with OnClickListener 10 - Using setText method for our button 11 - Adding Resources and Setting Background 12 - Setting up an Activity and Using SetContentView 13 - Introduction to the Android Manifest 14 - The Framework of a Thread 15 - How to Start a New Activity via Intent 16 - Activity Life Cycle 17 - Adding Music with MediaPlayer 18 - Create a List Menu from the ListActivity class 19 - Setting up an ArrayAdapter 20 - Starting an Activity with a Class Object 21 - Finishing ListActivity 22 - XML Introducting the EditText 23 - XML ToggleButton, WeightSum, and Layout Weight 24 - XML Padding and Setting Toggle to On 25 - Quick Review by setting up a new Activity 26 - If Toggle Button is checked 27 - Set the Input Type of an EditText 28 - Comparing Strings with else if 29 - Set Gravity within Java 30 - Setting Color of a TextView in Java 31 - Where's the Fridge, that's Random 32 - Switch and Case 33 - Creating a Method 34 - Implementing Classes for Better Programming 35 - XML ScrollView and AnalogClock 36 - Setting up An Email Activity 37 - PutExtra method for an Email Intent 38 - XML ImageView for Camera Application 39 - Starting an Activity for a Result 40 - Getting Data from a different Activity 41 - Finish Camera and Wallpaper App 42 - Using BitmapFactory and InputStream to set Bitmap 43 - Set Fixed Screen Orientation 44 - XML Relative Layout 45 - RadioButtons in a RadioGroup 46 - Set the Radio to the OnCheckedChangeListener Station 47 - Passing a String between Activities 48 - Recieving Bread String from Activity 49 - StartActivityForResult setup 50 - setResult for the Start Activity For Result 51 - Setting up a Menu with MenuInflater 52 - Making MenuItems do something 53 - Text Activity with Theme 54 - Setting up Preferences 55 - Setting up a String array resource 56 - Creating a PreferenceActivity 57 - Accessing Preferences from an Activity 58 - More with Preferences 59 - Altered Landscape Layout 60 - Creating Custom Buttons 61 - Full Screen Activities 62 - Custom Animation Class 63 - Using a Constructor to pass Context 64 - Drawing Bitmaps to Canvas View 65 - Animating a Bitmap 66 - Using the Asset Folder for Typeface 67 - Setting up a SurfaceView class 68 - Setting up Animation Thread 69 - Locking and Unlocking a Canvas 70 - Establishing a Better Animation Thread 71 - Setting up the OnTouch Method 72 - Defining a Class within a Class 73 - Graphics Trick 74 - MotionEvents and Motion Actions 75 - Game Programming concept 76 - Cleaning up some Errors 77 - Sleeping to Achieve desired FPS 78 - WakeLock to keep you app from sleeping 79 - SoundPool helps with explosions 80 - Using the OnLongClick method 81 - SlidingDrawer Example 82 - Introduction to the FrameLayout 83 - Methods of the SlidingDrawer 84 - Tabs setup with TabHost 85 - Setting up the TabHost in Java 86 - Creating Tabs in Java 87 - Getting the Time from the System 88 - Formatting and using the Modulus 89 - Create a Browser with WebView 90 - WebView navigation methods 91 - Set WebView Client for a Brower app 92 - WebView Settings 93 - Hiding the Keyboard 94 - ViewFlipper Example 95 - Saving Data with SharedPreferences 96 - SharedPreferences Editor 97 - Loading SharedPreferences Data 98 - File Output Stream for Internal Storage 99 - Writing Data to File Output Stream 100 - File Input Stream
Views: 1 Vijay S
How to parse local JSON file in Android Studio | JSON Filter Data Tutorial
In this video I have shown how to parse data in android studio using JSON. I have also taught how to filter the data in your JSON file. Also in this video you will learn about how to import Local JSON file in Android Studio. Visit my blog: http://www.programmingexperts.site
Views: 12360 Programming Experts

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