AIDE stands for ‘Android IDE’ and is an app that actually lets you build other apps on the fly. It’s not going to replace Android Studio any time soon and it certainly has its limitations in terms of work flow, but it supports the full Android SDK and for making simple tools or testing ideas it’s actually pretty neat. Plus, it's simply awesome as a learning tool.
An app is much more than just a bunch of code and an idea. To really bring your app to life, you’re going to need a lot of additional resources including images, fonts, animations, icons, sound effects, music and more. This post offers a ton of different resources to help you put some polish on your apps!
Deal: Pay what you want for 10 courses in the Mobile-First Developer’s Bundle
Are you looking to try your hand at application development and design, but aren’t sure where to begin? Getting a start on your career shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg, which is why you should check out the Mobile-First Developer’s Bundle from the AA Deals Store.
In this countdown, we’ll be looking at 10 great examples of material design done right. Whether you’re a developer looking for a little inspiration for your own UIs, or you just want to fill your phone with stunning apps that perform well, you should find something to admire here.
The 10 Commandments of Notifications, as revealed to Reddit
Developing Android apps can be rewarding, both personally and financially. Assuming you have a certain level of technical knowledge then it is possible to develop Android apps yourself. But what programming languages do you need to learn?