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Android Different Layout For Portrait and Landscape Mode

A problem that we face mostly while developing Android application for Multiple screen i.e designing layout such that it suits for multiple screen.In particular situation we need to design two layout, one for portrait and another for landscape.This tutorial going to focus about this.
For designing different layout for portrait and landscape  mode,you need to create folder in resource named layout-land and put layout name same as then name of layout inside layout folder.Now design layout inside layout-land for landscape mode and inside layout folder for portrait mode.
Write some code in AndroidManifest.xml
<activity android:configchanges="uiMode" 
Good luck


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