At first, I upgrade my android studio to 1.3 preview from 0.8.6. I have not upgrade for ages, that is good to have the newest version. I have used their beta version for a while, android studio doesn't sound too bad even the version is still in beta. Thus, I used 1.3 preview rather than 1.2 stable. However, I spent some hours to upgrade my existing projects to work with this version of android studio. But I found their Gradle which has some problems to get google play ads library. Even I installed Google Support repository and Google Play library. Gradle still cannot find the ads library.
Finally, I gave up. I went back to Android Studio 1.2, then that is good all!
Android Studio Error :appcompat-v7:21.0.0': No resource found that matches the given name: attr "adnroid;XXXX"
After I upgraded my android studio from 0.86 and 1.2. I tried to build my project, I got a lot of errors like appcompat-v7:21.0.0': No resource found that matches the given name: attr: android :xxxx"
Actually, that is because appcompat-v7:21.0.0' required API 21. So, I need to install API 21 Platform SDK, Extra> Google Support Repository and Google Support Library.
The most important part, the part I missed, in the build.gradle set complie sdk to 21
To display object value in MultiAutoCompleteTextView, you have to build a custom adapter:
For example, I have a tag class, which has Id field and name field.
Firstly, you need to have an adapter
Then you need to change in CreateView at the fragment class
multiAutoCompleteTextView.setTokenizer(new MultiAutoCompleteTextView.CommaTokenizer()); List
tagList = app.GetTags(); TagAdapter tagAdapter= new TagAdapter((Context)getActivity(),tagList); multiAutoCompleteTextView.setThreshold(1); multiAutoCompleteTextView.setAdapter(tagAdapter);
This is the first keyboard shortcut you need to learn if you use Android Studio. This is ALT+Enter. It opens to Quick Fix Menu, which has the suggestions about fixing the errors in the current line of code.
You can use "?" as the placeholder in sql for parameter in db.rawQuery in Android
How about "Like" keyword with two "%".
You cannot do that :
You have to do that like: