This tutorial describes how to use ListView together with activities and fragments in Android.
Many times your Android app needs to fetch data from the internet, to provide users with fresh information and/or data. There are different ways your app could achieve this. You could set up your own web service/API, or you could be fetching from an already existing service/API. In this article, we will discuss how to use a Web API within your Android app, to fetch data for your users.
YouTube has been the internet’s most popular place for video sharing for a long time, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. But if you want to rip YouTube videos to your own device, or use them for your own projects, it can be difficult to reliably copy them without a paid YouTube Premium subscription. The internet is crowded with countless converter tools that work inconsistently, process slowly, and can put both your devices and personal information at risk.
Instagram brings in over a billion (yes, with a B!) users every month, all there for visual content alone. You probably find some of your favorite pictures, videos, and creators on Instagram, but it’s also a great place to share the videos you took yourself, or even ones you found elsewhere.
TikTok has been the fastest-growing social media platform in the world for over a year now, so it’s a fantastic place to grow your social media footprint. But you don’t have to use only the content you’ve produced in TikTok itself! A great way to get your TikTok account off the ground is to repost content you’ve made for other places like YouTube, or showcase other people’s content in creative ways.
The iPhone 7 is still a powerful phone with everything you need to create and edit video. On the other hand, the built-in video editing tools aren’t exactly cutting edge.
Making awesome videos is an art, no doubt about that. Whether you’re aiming for YouTube stardom, TikTok fame, or timeless IGTV glory, captivating videos will be key. However, there’s no reason to be intimidated. With the right tools, you can unleash your creative juices and start producing great video content faster.
Zoom Video Communications (or Zoom) has quickly established itself as the essential digital meeting place for friends, family and coworkers alike. Amid the global COVID-19 Pandemic, the video conferencing app managed to provide some respite from the loneliness and isolation that come with life in quarantine.
One of the main tools to receive a boost while millions are working from home is the video conferencing software Zoom. You’ve probably heard of it – it’s a powerful and versatile tool that gives people unprecedented control over their virtual meetings, chats, and events. Plus, Zoom lets you record meetings as they happen, so clips can be saved, shared on social media, or kept as official records.
Drawing, for instance, is a hobby that millions share. Sculptors, painters, drawers, carpenters, graphic designers, and other hobbyists want to show the grow up from nothing to complete. A process video gives the audience insight into everything that goes into creating a beautiful work of art and visualizes the beautiful transformation of a blank canvas. Process videos are also great for an art portfolio as they show an artist’s process and style.
Everyone has favorite songs favorite artists, and favorite albums – chances are, you even have favorite music videos that you’ve watched time and time again. Some are classics for the ages, like “Formation” or “This Is America,” whose music videos far overshadowed the songs they accompanied. Some are even memes of their own, like the hand-drawn effect of “Take On Me,” the early internet legend of “Never Gonna Let You Go,” and the chorus clip from “Photograph.”
So you’ve just made a video, and you need to host it somewhere other than YouTube or Vimeo? Even YouTube Unlisted can be a less-than-ideal solution because of the hassle of creating accounts and managing channels.
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