How to fix Eclipse autocomplete not working

This is recurring for me. I’m using Eclipse 2019-03 in Windows 10. The steps below work for my case, and does not require a restart. Window->Preferences->Java->Editor->Content Assist->Advanced The following options are de-selected, and when I set them the autocomplete worked as before. No restart needed. 1. Java Non-Type Proposals 2. Java Proposals 3. Java Type …

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As of AndroidX (the repackaged Android Support Library), the path is androidx.core.content.FileProvider so the updated provider tag would be: <provider android:name=”androidx.core.content.FileProvider” android:authorities=”${applicationId}.fileprovider” android:exported=”false” android:grantUriPermissions=”true”> <meta-data android:name=”” android:resource=”@xml/file_paths” /> </provider> Android Support Libraries are now in the androidx.* package hierarchy. android.* is now reserved to the built-in Android System Libraries.

Which programming languages can be used to develop in Android? [duplicate]

At launch, Java was the only officially supported programming language for building distributable third-party Android software. Android Native Development Kit (Android NDK) which will allow developers to build Android software components with C and C++. In addition to delivering support for native code, Google is also extending Android to support popular dynamic scripting languages. Earlier …

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Using ItemizedOverlay and OverlayItem In Android Beta 0.9

For the sake of completeness I’ll repeat the discussion on Reto’s post over at the Android Groups here. It seems that if you set the bounds on your drawable it does the trick: Drawable defaultMarker = r.getDrawable(R.drawable.icon); // You HAVE to specify the bounds! It seems like the markers are drawn // through Drawable.draw(Canvas) and …

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