If you build an application for the phone, do you have to use tables to
position things or can you use CSS or is there a third method? I ask because
I'm in a VB.Net class and the teacher said only tables will work and that
doesn't sound right to me.
Definitely not right. You just gotta keep in mind that that there are LOTS
of sizes for android devices so your sizes should be percent based.
CSS will work fine. I'm not sure what you're talking about with tables,
assuming a flex grid or html table?
With HTML, most everything uses CSS, with
Thanks. It didn't sound right to me.
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Definitely not right. You just
As a previous mail already said: Thanks Alex!.
Em 07/11/2013 05:11, Alex Harui escreveu:
If you need selection, why not use List?
From: Jairo França ja...@tgi.inf.br mailto:ja...@tgi.inf.br
I would like to be able to take a
function name I've read from the script and call the corresponding
Hi A. P. Damien,
As I understand it, you have existing functions which you want to call by
passing the name of a function as a string to a generic method.
By 'script' I take
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