Best 16 Features of Android 7 Nougat You Should Know

Google has published the official name as the “Nougat” for the latest release of Android. Nougats are a series confections made using sugar, honey, roasted nuts and chopped candied fruits. There were many predictions regarding the name of new android firmware version. Millions of people thought that it will be “Android Nutella”. But the Google has confirmed the official name as “Android Nougat”.




You should see : Naming Android: What Comes After Marshmallow

1. View Apps Side-by-Side

Possibly the biggest new feature in Android Nougat is a multi-window mode. While you're using an app, just long-press the recent apps button, then you'll be prompted to select another app. Once you do that, both apps will be visible side by side, with a black bar in the middle that you can drag to resize the windows. It makes for a great experience when browsing the web while watching videos, and it turns Android into a true multitasking platform.


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Top 16 Android 7 Nougat Features

Google has published the official name as the “Nougat” for the latest release of Android. Nougats are a series confections made using sugar, honey, roasted nuts and chopped candied fruits. There were many predictions regarding the name of new android firmware version. Millions of people thought that it will be “Android Nutella”. But the Google has confirmed the official name as “Android Nougat”.







You should see : Naming Android: What Comes After Marshmallow

1. View Apps Side-by-Side

Possibly the biggest new feature in Android Nougat is a multi-window mode. While you're using an app, just long-press the recent apps button, then you'll be prompted to select another app. Once you do that, both apps will be visible side by side, with a black bar in the middle that you can drag to resize the windows. It makes for a great experience when browsing the web while watching videos, and it turns Android into a true multitasking platform.





2. Drag & Drop

To make the multi-window experience even better, Google has included support for dragging and dropping files or text in Android Nougat. Developers will have to update their apps to offer support for this new feature, but some, like Gmail, have already added it.




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Struts2 AngularJS Integration Example - Update Operation

In my previous article on Struts2 and AngularJS CRUD example I covered CR(Create/Insert and Read/Fetch) part and in this article we're covering update operation in this integration.

For better understanding of this section please check previous article carefully because we'll go ahead with previous references.




Hope you'll be familiar with file structure now we'll dive in update operation. Here all works performed on Read section 2 where data shown in table with Edit button like given below:



Now  our first work is that when we click on edit button a modal will be open with their correspondence data relate to their id.

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Struts2 AngularJS CRUD MyEclipse Project

Struts2 AngularJS CRUD Example - Read Operation:

Welcome Java geekers, hope you enjoy my previous article : Struts2 AngularJS CRUD Example - Insert Operation in which you learn how to insert data in database using Struts2 and AngularJS.
And in this article you'll learn how to fetch/read data from database using Struts2 and AngularJS.
For file structure you can see my previous article because here we'll go ahead with previous work.


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How to use jQuery events on content loaded via AJAX

I am working on a project, where I have to perform some jQuery/Ajax events on contents loaded via Ajax.
I have search on Google and found a solution which is working for me. I am sharing it with you.

May be it would be helpful for you.


jQuery selectors select matching elements that exist in the DOM when the code is executed, and don't dynamically update. When you call a function, such as .click() to add event handler(s), it only adds them to those elements. When you do an AJAX call, and replace a section of your page, you're removing those elements with the event handlers bound to them and replacing them with new elements. Even if those elements would now match that selector they don't get the event handler bound because the code to do that has already executed.

Event handlers

Specifically for event handlers (i.e. .click()) you can use event delegation to get around this. The basic principle is that you bind an event handler to a static (exists when the page loads, doesn't ever get replaced) element which will contain all of your dynamic (AJAX loaded) content. You can read more about event delegation in the jQuery documentation.

For your click event handler, the updated code would look like this:

$(document).on('click', "#click", function () { 
$('#click').css({       
"background-color": "#f00",        "color": "#fff",        "cursor": "inherit"    
}).text("Open this window again and this message will still be here.");    
return false; 
});

That would bind an event handler to the entire document (so will never get removed until the page unloads), which will react to click events on an element with the id property of click. Ideally you'd use something closer to your dynamic elements in the DOM (perhaps a <div> on your page that is always there and contains all of your page content), since that will improve the efficiency a bit.

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PlatformIO - Arduino Alternative IDE for IoT integrated platform

PlatformIO - Arduino Alternative IDE for IoT integrated platform:







When developing Arduino sketch,  we all use Arduino IDE, anyway, there are several Arduino alternative IDE. This alternative IDEs are useful and more user-friendly.
Arduino IDE is the first IDE we all use when approaching to Arduino development for the first time. It is simple and provides all the features to write, compile and upload the code to Arduino boards.
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Scientist discovered new form of Light

New way to produce a new form of light. It's attainable by binding light to a single electron by combining both properties.
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