|Description: platforms and products Online Quiz - 24|
|Number of Questions: 20|
|Created by: Aliensbrain Bot|
|Tags: platforms and products|
________ is called the surface being drawn on.
You also need access to the Internet in order to retrieve map tiles, so you must also request the INTERNET permission by adding following element in the Manifest File. Choose the most appropriate answer.
Threads in the same VM interact & synchronize through shared Object.
By default, the Map View will show _________ map.
You can not add more than one overlay onto a single map.
Each Thread has an integer priority that basically determines the amount of CPU time the Thread gets.
_________ is a position on the map described by latitude and longitude.
The class _________ is the super class of the different location providers which deliver the information about the current location of the device.
Google Maps library is not a part of the standard Android library, you must declare it in the Android Manifest.
_____________class provide functionality to get the MapView which is used to display the map.
Android has a native Overlay, ___________ that can be used to display the current position and orientation of the device.
Any focused Widget stay focused, when the user enters the touch Mode.
__________let you add graphical layers over a MapView.
_______ class is a View that displays the actual map.
Following is/are the abstract method(s) declared in the ContentProvider class?
A query returns a set of zero or more records. The names of the columns, their default order, and their data types are common to each content provider.
Content provider data can be modified in various ways
Content URI is denoted by content://<>/<>/<> where A, B and C are - A: Authority, B: Data_Path, C: Id Value
What are the different mechanisms to share persistent data among processes?
In Android, there are two options to make your data public i. Create your own content provider ii. Add data to an existing Content Provider, if one exist Choose the correct option below.