Ways to Implement an OnClick Listener in Android

I hate inline solutions, so I went in search of alternatives to the popular inline onclick listener.

I found the start of what I was looking for in this blog post

http://tseng-blog.nge-web.net/blog/2009/02/14/implementing-listeners-in-your-android-java-application/

I’m going to use a hybrid of inline. While I’ll create an online listener, they will always call a function outside the listener. This way, I ‘ve have the entire scope of the class available.

Developers for WordPress?

It turns out that there doesn’t seem to be a lot of support from developers for WordPress. I found an issue with some plug-ins that was occurring when under iis7, and using php. Apparently, a post tag wasn’t being passed in the variable. simply hard-coding it into the plug-in’s form action page fixed it nicely. Well, maybe I’ll need to make a bigger presence as well. And all I wanted to do is setup a blog!

Project TwitWit

My current project is one for the Android platform called TwitWit. It is a twitter client. Why another one of those you ask? Well, for the most part, it is a good pilot project to get accustomed the Android OS. Consider it a stepping stone for bigger and better. I’ll post screen shot soon. I’ll leave this post open for comments, so if anyone has a “gotta have” feature that no one else has, please post!

Welcome

Yes, this is my first endeavor at a blog. I’m not sure where it’s going, but it will definitely be oriented towards development.

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