You can use an activity as a custom dialog. Simply create the activity.
There’s no need to use any Dialog classes.
Here’s how you do it.
You can use your own layout in an Alert Dialog.
Toast messages are a quick way of telling the user something.
They are short pop-up messages that show for a second or two and then fade away.
Multiple-choice list dialogs let the user select a number of items from the list.
They can also select only one item (or none).
You can use three types of lists in your Alert Dialogs:
Okay, so here’s a Dialog:
We’ve all seen them in one form or another.
This is the second article in the two part series, You can master notifications. It's easy!, on Android Notifications. Part 1: Some stuff you should know covered the theory of notifications.
In this, Part 2, we put everything together in a tutorial.
Notifications inform the user about something. They appear in the Notification area at the top of the screen.
Strings are…, well they’re a sequence of characters. We use them all the time in our apps
I showed you how to save files in the Android file system in Part 1: Saving files. Now I‘ll show you how to read the files.