[ASK] Newbie coders in android

by Handita Okviyanto » Wed, 08 Dec 2010 16:26:36 GMT


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 Hello all. I'm sorry if i make a wrong place to ask. I am a newbie to
developer of android. I'm interesting to learn a more practice of my
development. I want  to make an application that can access to my
webservice in PHP. But I don't know how to start it. And I want to
make charting data in my application later. I'm interesting to use
chartdroid project that gives me an easy code to make a chart. But I'm
still regret about the performance of the visualization. I find a
product of ArtfulBits. It is charting library to android application
but it is not opensource. I want to develop my application using open
source only. Any one can help me to solve this??

I'm appreciate for your answer.

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1. Memanfaatkan telephony manager di androi

di android ada TelephonyManager yang menyediakan fungsi-fungsi telefoni.

petunjuk dari SDK-nya adalah sbb:
Provides access to information about the telephony services on the device.
Applications can use the methods in this class to determine telephony
services and states, as well as to access some types of subscriber
information.
Applications can also register a listener to receive notification of
telephony state changes.

disini yang menarik tuh ada fungsi getCellLocation() dan
getNeighboringCellInfo().
dengan fungsi tersebut, kita bisa mengetahui posisi kita di dalam jaringan
GSM/WCDMA.

contoh implementasinya bisa dilihat di
http://kodebiner.blogspot.com/2009/08/hello-android.html

:)

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