Great android apps require great design. For great design you need to master layouts. Layout is one of the basic building block of Android User Interface. Lets jump right in and try designing layout for our app - Just Maths. Just Maths has 3 screens - Main Menu Screen, Game Screen and Score Screen. Each of the screen is designed using Relative Layout and Linear Layout. There are other layouts as well like Frame Layout, Table Layout and Grid Layout. But you can design anything using only Relative Layout and Linear Layout. These layouts are nothing but View Groups.
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Cheezy Code - Just Maths App Want to build Android Apps really fast? With Android Studio and a blend of Java and XML, you will be up and running and coding Great Android Apps in no time. Let's get started. We will be creating a very simple app named Just Maths that will ask user a Maths question. User either presses (✔) or (X) to answer the question. This is going to be a project based learning wherein you will have something concrete in the end.