30 June, 2015

Android Multiple Selection Spinner Item with Filtration

I have recently posted problem on stackoverflow but didn't get response what i want, stuck with that problem for 2 days continuously and got the solution.

I just want to share it with all #androiders so they can take it easily.

I have created Git Repository MultiSelectSpinner so you can directly download demo of Multi Selection Spinner with Search Functionality and without Search Functionality.

Download Demo from HERE:

Demo of MultiSelectSpinner
MultiSelectSpinner without Search

MultiSelectSpinner with Search

Thank you :) Keep Sharing :)

29 June, 2015

Android Basics Tutorial, PPT, Demos : Workshop at OM VVIM - Morbi

I would like to share my experience of Android Expert Lecture at OM VVIM college - Morbi. First of all I am thankful of Respected Staff Members Especially Hardik Sir. It was very excellent Experience in My Life as a Teacher.
Lets talk  about what we have taken in Lecture:

Key Notes:

  1. What is Android?
  2. Why Android?
  3. Features of Android
  4. History of Android
  5. Android Architecture
  6. Android Application Components
  7. Creating First Android App
  8. Anatomy of Android Application
  9. Accessing Resources in Java
  10. Accessing Resources in XML
  11. Activity Life Cycle
  12. Service Life Cycle
  13. Intents
You can find here attached Android PPT File and some demos which we had learn in 
 our Workshop.

You can visit Java Robot Example :)

Please give me your valuable FEEDBACK.

10 June, 2015

Laravel 5.1 is Released

Laravel has just announced the immediate availability of v5.1. This marks the first release in Laravel’s history to offer long-time support. Let’s look at some of the new features and also learn more about it.

Long Term Support

Since originally launching in 2011, Laravel has always followed the "release early, release often" mantra which is popular in open source applications. With the historic rise in popularity of the framework, it was time to start focusing on the needs of large organizations and mission-critical applications that need security fixes but can’t upgrade quickly. Laravel 5.1 will now include 3 years of security fixes.
The long-term support is arguably the biggest feature in 5.1, but it includes several other new features.


The second big change is the “Commands” folder is being renamed to “Jobs” to indicate it’s primarily for queued jobs. This folder change will not be a backwards compatibility break.

New Documentation

The documentation has been completely reworked to offer more clarity, to be more in-depth, and to have a nicer flow. This was a huge undertaking and countless hours was spent fine-tuning each page.

Taylor said he would delay an entire Laravel release rather than release something with poor documentation, when asked if spending this much time on it was worth it. Another new documentation feature is real-time search with auto-complete.


The app and generators are converting to PSR-2. If you are not familiar with PSR-2, it’s a Coding Style Guide. The biggest change from current Laravel style is tabs to spaces and control structures will now go on the same line.

Resolve a service from blade

You can now resolve a service directly from a Blade Template:



Envoy runs local SSH scripts

Finally, and this is available now, Envoy allows you to run local scripts without SSH. See this pull request for more details. To get the latest version just run:


Middleware Parameters

This new feature allows you to pass parameters into the middleware. Here is a screenshot of a demo:

Broadcasting Events

Laravel already included a powerful event system and this new feature builds on that by allowing you to broadcast events over a websocket so your client can consume them. With this new feature, it makes creating real-time applications simple.

Better Application Unit Testing

With an inclusion of Laracasts integrated testing package testing your application is going to be easier than ever before.

public function testNewUserRegistration(){



CSRF Except

In Laravel 5.0 all requests are ran through the CSRF middleware and this is great for most use cases. However, one gotcha is using services with web hooks where you do not have the ability to set a token. A new feature in 5.1 is an except property on the VerifyCsrfToken class which will allow this to be easily over-ridden.


Where to go next

Head over to the new official documentation which includes everything you need to know about installation, upgrading, and all the framework features.

#laravel #laravel5.1 #laravel_new_release