Displaying Images on Your Android Interface

Part of Screencast Series: Jumping into Android Lollipop Development

Published March 2016

Enhance your Android interface with images

Images enhance any interface and can help engagement and interaction with your users. In this video we will look at how to load and display images from a remote location via an API and the Volley library. We will look at two methods for loading images and how to layout and format images in an interface.

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Free Understanding Android's Ecosystem Through its History 5:35
Free A Tour of the Official Android IDE - Android Studio 7:41
Free Working with Android Studio Project for Android Development 6:16
Free Launching an Android Application Using an Emulator During Development 7:44
Free Understanding High Level Information Through Android's Manifest File 7:51
Free Bridging Android and Java in Android Development 9:28
Free Managing Android Interfaces with Activities and Intents 7:51
Free Connecting your Android App to External Services 10:48
Free Learning About Layout Managers for Android 8:48
Free Outputting Data to Your Android App's User Interface 7:34
Free Preparing Your App for the Google Play Store 11:24
Displaying Images on Your Android Interface 5:41


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