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  • Layout stays the same on all devices
  • Layout is more inclusive
  • Disadvantages:
  • No responsive design
  • No ability to see how a page will look on different devices

  • A relative layout is one of the most basic layout types in Android. It is the default type for new projects. Relative layouts are flexible and can be used to create complex structures, but they are also easy to understand and implement.
  • The main advantage of using a relative layout is that it allows you to quickly create complex layouts without having to think too much about the code you need to write. You can use this type of layout if you want to make changes later on without having to update your code or if you want your design to be responsive across different screen sizes.

Android development is a vast and complex field with a lot of resources to explore. What's the best way to get started? This article will explore the different resources available for learning about Android development and help you make an informed decision on how to proceed.

We can divide layout methods into two categories: static and responsive. Static layouts are the ones that don't change their size and shape when they are viewed on different devices. Responsive layouts, on the other hand, change their size and shape to fit the screen of a mobile phone or a desktop computer. Static layouts are often used for print media, while responsive layouts are more commonly used for web pages.

  • There are two types of relative layouts. One is the "constrained" type and the other is the "unconstrained" type. The constrained type is a relative layout that has a fixed width and variable height, whereas the unconstrained type has a variable width and fixed height.
  • The constrained type is useful for mobile devices as it automatically adjusts to fit their screen sizes. The unconstrained type, on the other hand, can be used for desktop devices or mobile devices with large screens as it will take up all available space on those screens.

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