Low cost web & Android app development for Bedworth

Why choose New Media Aid?
We develop affordable cutting-edge web apps, Android apps and ecommerce websites. Providing bespoke app development services since the year 2000, we are only 62 miles from Bedworth, Warwickshire. The development cost of a bespoke Android app, web app or ecommerce website for organisations in Warwickshire will usually be between £2,000 and £5,000.

We develop advanced, bespoke, Android apps, mobile-friendly web applications and e-commerce websites for Warwickshire organisations who want state-of-the-art web and mobile applications at down-to-earth prices.

If you are looking for custom made, Android app development,mobile-friendly website development or e-commerce website design you need look no futher than New Media Aid.

Useful Android app developers term of the day: BroadcastReceiver

A BroadcastReceiver is an Android component that allows your application to receive and react to system-wide broadcast announcements. These broadcasts can be system-generated or custom-defined, and can carry information about various events, such as the device's battery level, incoming SMS messages, or network connectivity changes.

When a broadcast is sent, any application can register a BroadcastReceiver to receive the broadcast and perform some action in response to it. The BroadcastReceiver can either be registered statically in the Android manifest file or dynamically in your application's code.

To create a BroadcastReceiver in your Android application, you must first define a class that extends the BroadcastReceiver base class and overrides the onReceive() method. This method is called when the BroadcastReceiver receives a broadcast, and it is where you can write the code to respond to the broadcast.

Once your BroadcastReceiver class is defined, you can register it in your application's code using an IntentFilter object that specifies the type of broadcast you want to receive. You can then use the registerReceiver() method to register the BroadcastReceiver with the Android system.

When a broadcast that matches your IntentFilter is received, the onReceive() method of your BroadcastReceiver is called, and you can perform any necessary actions in response to the broadcast.

BroadcastReceivers can be a powerful tool for creating reactive applications in Android, allowing your application to respond to system events and user actions in real-time.

Android BroadcastReceiver is a component of the Android operating system that enables applications to receive system-wide broadcast messages. These broadcast messages are typically sent by the system or other applications to notify the system or other applications about various events such as device boot, network connectivity changes, battery status changes, etc.

To use a BroadcastReceiver in an Android application, you first need to define a Java class that extends the BroadcastReceiver class and implements the onReceive() method. This method is called when a broadcast message is received by the system. You can then register your BroadcastReceiver with the Android system using either the AndroidManifest.xml file or dynamically in your code.

When a broadcast message is received by your BroadcastReceiver, you can perform various actions based on the type of message received. For example, if you receive a message indicating that the device has just booted up, you may want to start a background service or display a notification to the user.

BroadcastReceivers are commonly used in Android applications for a wide range of purposes, such as updating the UI based on device events, scheduling alarms, managing network connectivity, and responding to system events like SMS received, call received, battery low, etc.

Crimes reported in Bedworth
Our custom app development prices are criminally low, but not as criminal as these events recently reported in Bedworth.

How safe is Bedworth?
Here are some Jan 2024 crimes for Bedworth which we have added to show you how our software engineers can integrate data from external sources in web apps.

  • School Lane (Under investigation)
  • High Street (Awaiting court outcome)
  • The Firs (Under investigation)
criminal damage arson
  • Linden Lea (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
  • Bede Road (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Trevose Avenue (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Petrol Station (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Appleyard Close (Under investigation)
  • Mawnan Close (Under investigation)
  • Thomas Street (Offender given a caution)
other theft
  • Newtown Road (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
  • Croxhall Street (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Supermarket (Under investigation)
  • Telford Road (Under investigation)
possession of weapons
  • Croft Pool (Under investigation)
  • Parking Area (Under investigation)
  • Centennial Close (Under investigation)
  • Chapel Street (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Bowling Green Lane (Under investigation)
public order
  • Bede Road (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Bowling Green Lane (Under investigation)
  • Johnson Road (Under investigation)
  • Chapel Street (Under investigation)
  • Newman Close (Under investigation)
  • Nuneaton Road (Under investigation)
  • School Lane (Under investigation)
  • Bowling Green Lane (Awaiting court outcome)
  • Treviscoe Close (Under investigation)
  • Bowling Green Lane (Under investigation)
  • Church Way (Under investigation)
  • Bowling Green Lane (Under investigation)
vehicle crime
  • Deronda Close (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • King Street (Under investigation)
  • Colliery Lane (north) (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Charles Eaton Road (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
  • Colliery Lane (north) (Investigation complete; no suspect identified)
violent crime
  • Croxhall Street (Under investigation)
  • George Eliot Avenue (Under investigation)
  • Tresillian Road (Under investigation)
  • A444 (Under investigation)
  • Roadway Close (Under investigation)
other crime
  • Parking Area (Unable to prosecute suspect)
  • Queensland Gardens (Under investigation)
  • Roadway Close (Under investigation)
  • Chapel Street (Under investigation)
  • Bede Road (Under investigation)
We are only 62 miles from Bedworth