[Solved] Android force close when using setBackgroundColor and setImageDrawable in loop [closed]

You need to create imageview dynamically. ImageView images[]; View shelfRow[] =new View[numberOfRows]; for (int i = 0; i < numberOfRows; i++) { images = new ImageView[numberOfRows]; shelfRow[i].setBackgroundResource(R.drawable.shelf_row2); images[i].setBackgroundColor(android.R.color.black); parentPanel.addView(shelfRow[i]); } Or create 10 imageviews and give id to it like.. int[] buttonIDs = new int[] {R.id.button1ID, R.id.button2ID, R.id.button3ID, … }; View shelfRow[] =new View[numberOfRows]; ImageView[] … Read more

[Solved] String Image Url set in imageview Android

Since you are using Picasso then you should use it like: Picasso.with(getContext()).load(fb.getString(“ItemImage”)).into(foodresImage); You are using fb.getInt() in your setImageResource and you are getting a string from the Google API. You cannot convert the link to an int resource. solved String Image Url set in imageview Android

[Solved] Add or Remove ImageView dynamically

when you want to show listView and hide ImageView, you can follow below code. listView.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE); // showing listview imageView.setVisibility(View.GONE); // hiding imageview you can choose which one to show and which one to hide. solved Add or Remove ImageView dynamically

[Solved] Bitmap.createScaledBitmap is not working to resize the image

HI as per my understanding, You can do this and also you can follow This Link Bitmap yourBitmap; Bitmap resized = Bitmap.createScaledBitmap(yourBitmap, newWidth, newHeight, true); or: resized = Bitmap.createScaledBitmap(yourBitmap,(int)(yourBitmap.getWidth()*0.8), (int)(yourBitmap.getHeight()*0.8), true); Also You can use this method public Bitmap getResizedBitmap(Bitmap bm, int newHeight, int newWidth) { int width = bm.getWidth(); int height = bm.getHeight(); float … Read more

[Solved] images on CGI or HTML files

Impossible to answer because you haven’t given us anywhere near enough information. But your code does give one potential clue. use CGI qw/:standard/; use DBI; print “Content-type:text/html\n\n”; print first(); print myform(); print second(); sub myform { return <<B; <form action=” method=’post’> <img src=”https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26614013/images/img0001.gif” id=”Shape1″ align=”top” alt=”” title=”” border=”0″ width=”1344″ height=”126″> … </form> B } You … Read more