Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Multilanguage support & Internationalization (i18n) in Java WebApplication

1. Create a Simple dynamic web project in eclipse and name it as "Test".

2. create a package "com.example.test and place the property file inside the package

Friday, June 8, 2012

Export, Install and Run the Android Application in Mobile from EclipseProject using the APK file

In this post, I'm gonna tell u how to Deploy android app from Eclipse

1. Go to File->Export, then window will arise as shown below

2. Choose Android Application then Click Next, then Select your Project from your local computer as shown below

3. Then you need to Enter the Path to Keystore, choose Existing Keystore, and mostly the Keystore location will be as
C:/users/admin_account_name/.android/debug.keystore and the password should be as "android" and then click next.

4. After selecting the Keystore and Password as "android", Click Next, Then the window will arise as shown

5. Then you need to give location for the storing the apk file of the project.

6. Click Finish, your project apk file is ready, just install it in the android mobile. It will work.

Thank you

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Fancy search box form design using CSS, HTML, CSS3

When you are implementing a search box form for your web application, you may wonder how fancy those are in some websites. It's just a simple CSS does the trick and CSS3 adds a little more beauty to the search form.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Change browser url without page reloading with ajax request using JavaScript, HTML5 history API, jQuery, PHP like Facebook, Github navigation menu

When you are working with ajax, the problem is that after you have loaded some content using ajax, you can't change the URL of the browser according to the content. Because of this, reloading the page causes the new ajax content to disappear and it shows the previous page. Although you can resolve this problem with having some hash tag in the URL, but having hash tag in the url for navigation won't be SEO friendly.