Don’t worry if you’re new to this – creating a user interface (UI) in Android Studio is simpler than you might think. With the help of the layout editor in Android Studio, you can build your UI in just a few easy steps.

This editor is like your creative playground. It lets you drag and drop different UI elements such as buttons, text fields, and images right onto your layout. You can then easily customize each element’s properties and arrange them to create the layout you have in mind.

But wait, there’s more! If you’re feeling adventurous or need something more tailored, Android Studio also gives you a code editor. Here, you can write XML code to skills more complex and personalized UIs.

All in all, Android Studio takes the hassle out of creating UIs for your Android apps. With its user-friendly UI editor and extra tools, you’ll have good-looking, functional UIs up and running in no time.

Load AdMob Interstitial Ads in Apps

Interstitial ads are full screen ads. Usually it appears between activities and during pauses between levels in the game. Interstitial ads are displayed full screen in mobile. Here, we are discussing about interstitial ads. You should know about it. Such as full screen interstitial ads, Interstitial video ads, And automatically show interstitial ads on starting any activity. Generally we are discussing three types of Interstitial Ads here.

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Send data from one activity to another activity in android studio

In this tutorial, we will discuss how to send data from one activity to another activity along with the image in android. When press on button then edit text and ImageView data show in another activity, means there are two activity-one and activity-two. We will use EditText, Image and Button in Activity-One and will see all data in Activity-Two while pressing the button.

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