by Nicolas Bize.
This one pops up from time to time, and VMWare Player has no tool to fix it. Worry no more, Christos Matskas found the solution.
RecyclerView is a great class what you should consider over ListView for building list interfaces. It offers more flexibility and has built-in hooks that make implementing animations and custom layouts much easier compared to
RecyclerViewis missing a couple of features that
ListViewhad built-in. For example the ability to add an
OnItemClickListenerthat triggers when an item is clicked.
RecyclerViewallows you to set an
OnClickListenerin your adapter, but passing on that click listener from your calling code, to the adapter and to the ViewHolder, is complicated for catching a simple item click.
Available at https://github.com/pires/android-obd-reader
“Tools for Universal Windows Apps 1.1.1: This update, which is what you’ll get with a new installation, fixes a bug in Tools for Universal Windows Apps 1.1 where Visual Studio failed to create a package for a UWP app that uses a WinRT component.”
“Each icon font library has their own icons and no iconset is created equal. But with so many to choose from it can be difficult finding the best one to suit a new project. GlyphSearch was made as a way to visually filter through icons to find the best one for your current project.”
This scenario is not (yet) supported in Microsoft Azure as it requires Active Directory. So, the obvious solution is the solution.
Project Islandwood is now open source (MIT license), with all the code residing at github. This project includes and Objective-C compiler (sadly no Swift for us Objective-C haters), Objective-C runtime, iOS headers (this is the “bridge” bit that translates iOS calls to Windows calls) and Visual Studio integration.
A small collection of useful bookmarks on how to publish your own apps to Azure RemoteApp (or your own Windows Server 2012 R2).