Posts Tagged ‘Android SDK’
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Java vs C app performance – Gary explains

by: Gary SimsMay 3, 2016
Java is the official language of Android, but you can also write apps in C or C++ using the NDK. But which language is faster on Android?
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Roundup! The top 10 (mostly) free resources for learning Android app development

by: Adam SinickiApril 27, 2016
A rundown of some of the best free resources for learning Android and compares them with computer science majors. What's the best way to become a developer?
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Android SDK tutorial for beginners

by: Alex MullisApril 20, 2016
Beginners tutorial for the Android SDK, the software development kit that includes all the necessary libraries and files needed to make apps for Android.
 
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How to install the Android SDK (Software Development Kit)

by: Alex MullisMarch 21, 2016
This guide shows you how to easily install the Android SDK (Software Development Kit).
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Cross platform mobile development 

by: Alex MullisMarch 17, 2016
Cross platform mobile development isn't as hard as you might think. Here is a summary of how to develop for multiple mobile OSes and which tools to use.
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Assembly language and machine code – Gary explains

by: Gary SimsMarch 17, 2016
You might have heard the terms "assembly language" and "machine code" but what exactly do they mean? Let's find out.
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How to write an Android CPU benchmark tool (part 1)

by: Adam SinickiMarch 15, 2016
This is part one of a two-part series showing you how to create your own CPU benchmark app using SHA-1 encryption and other algorithms.
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An introduction to Basic4Android – a simple tool for building powerful Android apps

by: Adam SinickiMarch 10, 2016
Basic4Android is a lesser-known IDE for Android development that can help make writing apps quicker and easier. This post takes a look at the platform, its pros and cons and how to get started with it.
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Let’s build a simple Android app, part 2

by: Adam SinickiFebruary 26, 2016
This is part two of a two-part series showing you how to create a simple app using Android Studio. In this part we cover some advanced features and concepts including animations, variables, arrays, sounds and more.
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Best Android developer tools

by: Alex MullisFebruary 25, 2016
Alongside Android Studio what are the best Android development tools? Here is a quick look at Unity3D, Corona SDK and GameMaker: Studio.
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