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Create Custom EditText View in Android

We use the EditText for taking the input from the user and use it at several places in our project. We required to do lots of customization for each time and there are lots of redundant code we write. Writing and managing these redundant codes is very difficult for example if we want to change the look and feel of the view them we need to modify it at each place where our EditText is getting used. So to avoid these kinds of the problem we can create our own Custom EditText View by just. The EditText view is just an extension of the TextView with lots of editing option and properties that required for the user input. How To Create Custom EditText View For creating the Custom EditText we need to extend the AppCompatEditText and override all three constructors of the view as given below. import android.content.Context; import; import; import; import android.util.AttributeSet; public

WSS Security in Android using Ksoap2 SOAP Library

In this post, we are going to implement the WSS security in android using KSOAP2 library. Generally, most of the android application is created on the REST-based API but still, there are lots of android application which are created on the SOAP protocol and if you are here then obviously you have a project which required SOAP-based implementation directly from android app and implementing the security in this is very important. So let's start the implement WSS Security in Android using Ksoap2 SOAP Client . Create SOAP Demo Android Project To complete learn the implementation of WSS security, first of all, we have will create an android project. So Let's create the project using the Android Studio IDE File->New Project and select the Activity type and type the name of your project and click the finish button. UI Design of the SOAP Android Application Designing the Layout of any application is the first and most important part of any application. So we are going to design the