Volley is an HTTP library that makes networking for Android apps easier and faster. Volley is available on GitHub. This tutorial is for using Volley in your Android application with a simple example.Volley is actually HTTP library which can be used for networking operations using Android devices.It makes the networking functionalities very simple and implemented in very few codes.It is developed and maintained by Google.Features of Volley :Fast transmission of data over the network. Uses Singleton class for network managing. Having a RequestQueue for every network operations. URL can be easily passed within the Request. Cache mechanism makes an important role. Fetching data is [...]
This tutorial shows how to work with threads in Android. AsyncTask can be used for the operation like Network Call without interrupting UI thread. This class can be used to perform background operations and casting results on the UI thread without having to manipulate threads and/or handlers to make complications to the application. On Network Calls on UI thread, hence waits for the result and it may crash the application, So the best way to perform background operations using AsyncTask etc..
AsyncTask is done to be a helper class around Handler and Thread and it doesn’t follow a generic threading framework.It can be mainly used for any small operation which can be done [...]
Android Studio is the fastest and powerful IDE used to build Android-based applications.The latest preview version of Android Studio is Android Studio 2.4 which includes updates to the build tools, Google Play in the emulator itself, and some bug fixes.But it still in the preview version, Contributors can test it and share its bug reports to improve the new Android Studio 2.4. This version is not a released version like Android Studio 2.3.1. ie, Android Studio 2.4 still in the development stage. Become an adopter by developing the test Android apllication with this version.
Android Studio is the most flexible IDE for Android-based apps development compared to Eclipse [...]