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what if I want to have 3 buttons but with different names of the item, will it work with just one showpopup class
thanku so much dear ,,,,,,,,love these tutorialCoding in Flow is the one of the best channel on you tube ….best android learning channel thank dear
I would love that you included the files created&changed in your demo under the video. Thanks a lot!
Cool stuff, thanks
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Nice and simple tutorial. Thanks
i am working with fragments myself and sadly these tutorials are not much use for me 🙁
Edit : Thanks for your helps 😀 ***I used intent structure to update to a textview in activity_main.xml with popup menu options ..it works but it's ugly. Because with intent structure, just updating a view in whole page we are updating whole page –> startActivity(intent) –> its sound comes weird to me .there must be a way to update a view via custom or standard popup menu without refreshed to whole page over startActivity().
instead of using toast message structure in this video, can't you make it with updating a textview without refreshing the page over intent structure ..?
hi, i have a question about menu structure.I want to call a method which use View in onMenuItemClick / switch / case . But it's not possible, View view could not be called in onMenuItemClick, it doesn't use it ? how can we do that ?
Thanks a lot!! 😀I tried to add EditText instead of item but system doesn't accept this usage.How can we use a pop-up window to enter a text input ?
thanks for this tutorial
Thx again for this tuto ! I have a question, how can i change the background color of Item1, then another for item 2, 3 etc … ? Not changing the theme, but per item from the menu, can select a color.
Love these tutorials 🙂
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