If you’re currently working on an app where image scaling is needed, such as when you’re developing a SmartWatch extension for your application, don’t forget that we have a handy tutorial to explain how to get images scaled correctly. Andreas Agvard, a Senior Software Engineer at Sony, has created an image scaling code example that you can download, compile, and run. Read more after the jump.
Hard to get images scaled correctly for your application? Are your images too large and causing memory problems? Or are they scaled incorrectly with a poor user experience as a result? To find a good solution for this, we asked Andreas Agvard from the Sony Ericsson software department to help shed some light on this topic.
Welcome to the fourth and final part of the Android tutorial on how to make your own zoom control like the one used in Sony Ericsson X10 Mini in the Camera and Album applications. Click here to go to the prevoius part of this tutorial. As usual the source code is included, see below. Don’t forgett to download ‘Sony Ericsson Tutorials’ from Android market to see demos of this and other tutorials in action.
Welcome to the second part of the Android tutorial on how to make your own zoom control like the one used in Sony Ericsson X10 Mini in the Camera and Album applications. Click here to read the first part of the tutorial.
Don’t forget to go to Android Market and download Sony Ericsson Tutorials, the app that collects all sample apps in this and other Sony Ericsson tutorials.
Welcome to this first Android tutorial on how to make your own one finger zoom control like the one found in the Camera and Album applications in the Sony Ericsson X10 Mini. The Tutorial is divided into four parts, each part adding new features. Below is a link to download the source code for part 1 of the tutorial, prepared for you to set up your own project in e.g. Eclipse.