Read this Android audio playback tutorial[^] on Android developer website. They would guide you through the step-by-step processes to create playback effects. Then you can mold them into your own controls and elements to create a native feel and look for your application. However, underlying process remains the same.
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I'm using v4.4.4 and do not see that screen whether I swipe with one finger or two. I'm not trying to be difficult, but if I could reproduce the screen, I stand a better chance of telling you how to alter it.
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Background: I am familiar with C# also Winforms - also did some programming there. Also familiar with Java. (Also bit of HTML)
Now,I wanted to decide which to learn Android development or ASP.NET MVC.
But your advice would be very valuable since I can't learn the two at the same time. Given my background which of them needs less commitment? Which requires less effort? In which there is less information to process? (I am asking like this because I have some other commitments at this stage too).
nb: Also I was but hesitant initially whether I liked web development (never tried though) - that is why I thought about Android because it resembles more desktop development I believe, due to API usage etc; and I know I like C# and Java should be fine too.
I would really appreciate your input. Because in my country the direction I am currently working in is not very demanded (C embedded, and bit of C++).
which of them needs less commitment?Which requires less effort? In which there is less information to process?
Learning always requires commitment, and both technologies have their own, so you will require to commit yourself to learn each one, even though languages have evolved and simplified a lot of things (like memory management) you are still required to commit your self to the learning curve. Both technologies have a lot of information to process.
But now giving you an answer, if you're already a .NET developer, the right path is to continue doing .NET development, will be easier, since you already have the basics.
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sum up: I am familiar with C#. Did some Winforms. Familiar with Java too. Was not sure if I liked web development (though I never tried).
ps I know both need commitment just let's say if ASP.NET MVC was 10 times less in terms of new information (assuming I already know C#) I might first have gone to learn ASP.NET MVC etc. that is why I asked
Everything has a learning time and it's applicable for each one of us. Although, Android development cannot be closely related to C# Winform desktop development but certainly as per your experience, ASP.NET MVC may not be an option unless you have a pretty good understanding and knowledge in web development (like ASP.NET Webforms).
Based on your experience and also with your familiarity in Java, looks like your should focus on Android. That's being said, the mobile development also requires some time to learn in terms of presentation, the life cycle etc. But it should be fine.
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