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To use it inside a layout you would set the android:background attribute to the new drawable shape. The shape we have defined does not have any dimensions, and therefore will take the dimensions of the View that is defined in the layout.
Finally; you can set this rectangle to be the background of any View, although for ImageViews you would use android:src. This means you could use the rectangle as the background for ListViews, TextViews...etc.
Google Maps android app can nicely draw a route from one point to another, keeping the route on the roads. Does anyone know how Google Maps is doing this Is it using any other API which is not publicly exposed
I am currently learning to make an android app that uses Google Map to display data to the users. Currently I am using Polyline to draw out all the \"data/lines\" that I want to show on the map, but I draw it straight on the Google Map, like mMap.addPolyline(...). (I wish I can post a screenshot but I don't have at least 10 reputation :-( ). 153554b96e