This is a very interesting read about how to watch out for the pitfalls of managing money, to not judge a book by its cover and to understand that we all are just the sum of our experiences and mistakes.
Very nice intro to Alert dialog for Android, check it out.
In this topic we are going to discuss a little bit about the Alert Dialog used in Android applications, and in this post we are going to describe the simple Alert Dialog and further more the more complex Alert Dialog.
First, the usage of the Alert Dialog. Alert Dialogs are simple and lightweight tools for displaying some “alert” or simple message, like “are you sure you want to exit this application, or deleting something or showing successful operation by the user with interaction. It can have custom positive and negative buttons for interaction, like “OK” and “Cancel”, “Wait”, “Done” or something like that, by your choice for what you want the alert dialog to do.
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Book review -Test-Driven Java Development by Viktor Farcic
I recently finished the book "Test-Driven Java Development" by Viktor Farcic. This is an amazing book and the author does a great job explaining all the tools and frameworks that he uses throughout the book such as Docker, Vagrant, Gradle and so on. All of these tools are explained one by one, not only how … Continue reading Book review -Test-Driven Java Development by Viktor Farcic
Spring Boot 1.4 and Quartz, scheduling runtime created job instances from a configuration file
Hello guys and gals :). In this post i will write my solution on how to create runtime instances of a number of configured jobs from a configuration file with Spring Boot 1.4 and Quartz.