I have been keen to start learning some web development for quite some time but have been struggling with a place to start. I have been learning bits and pieces on the backend with MongoDB and Node.js, but have always been frustrated when it came to developing on the frontend. Enter AngularJS… I have spent the better part of today playing around with AngularJS and it’s lovely. I have worked through the following tutorials and found them all great.
Proper use of the Android context seems to be tricky to get right. A common problem is passing the context around unnecessarily. An example of this, is when you are reading or writing files to disk, as this requires the context to do so. However, you do not want to pass the context into the method or class which you are using, so you can instead use a simple trick to gain access to the Application Context from anywhere.