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A simple search gets you to Qt docs that tell you all about porting a Qt app to Android. As with most things, it depends - if you use features not supported by Android, then you'll have to do some porting. Otherwise, its generally easy. Also Qt Quick controls will take on the native UI style for Android 3+


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I would argue IntentService is not a framework implementation of the command-executor design pattern, because it does not meet the requirement of the separation of application logic and application context. The command-executor pattern is like providing a button on a remote control to replay some action(s) on-demand (dim the lights, close curtains, turn on ...


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I have the same problem, and i realize that. When we create adapter and set it to listview, listview will point to object somewhere in memory which adapter hold, data in this object will show in listview. adapter = new CustomAdapter(data); listview.setadapter(adapter); if we create an object for adapter with another data again and ...


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It's probably best to communicate between applications that reside within your namespace using a BroadcastReceiver


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In Android, a service is used to run some background task even when the user interface element which initiated that task is no more in foreground. For example: In a social networking app where the user wants to upload a video to the server, the video should continue to get uploaded in background even when the application who requested the video to be ...


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The variables wordCount and charCount are created and initialized only when the TextWatcher object is created and added as a listener. No new instance is created every time the text changes.



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