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Android Development

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How to use recycler views

by Adam Sinicki February 13, 20183 comments
Android Development

Create richer location-aware Android apps with the Google Places API

by Jessica Thornsby February 12, 20180 comments
Android Development

Flappy Bird Unity tutorial for Android – Full game in 10 minutes!

by Adam Sinicki February 9, 20182 comments
Android Development

Android Go: Getting your app ready for Google’s new, slimline OS

by Jessica Thornsby February 5, 20182 comments
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Developers: Here’s how to prepare your app for Android P

This article will talk you through how to prepare your app for Android P as a developer. It discusses how to test your app using the emulator, new features to look into and ...
by Adam Sinicki6 days ago

Google Flutter – what is it, and how to use it for cross-platform app creation

In this guide we'll talk about Google Flutter and show you how to build a cross platform 'Hello World' app.
by Jessica Thornsby2 weeks ago

How to use fragments in your Android apps for a powerful and dynamic UI

This article walks you through how to use fragments in Android app development. You'll learn how to approach your design in a modular fashion, use multiple instances of the same ...
by Adam Sinicki2 weeks ago

Create a GPS tracking application with Firebase Realtime Database

Build an Android app that monitors a smartphone's location so you can view its exact coordinates.
by Jessica ThornsbyMarch 22, 2018
 
 

Implementing Android Nougat and Oreo’s static, dynamic and pinned shortcuts

With the release of Oreo and Nougat, you can now use dynamic, static, and pinned shortcuts to create entirely different entry points for different tasks.
by Jessica ThornsbyMarch 20, 2018

The best Android app makers for making apps with zero code

Developing for Android usually requires the use of special software and programming skills, but there are many Android app makers that make creating apps fun, fast and easy. Here is my ...
by Adam SinickiMarch 15, 2018

How to install Android on PC – we take you through several options

What are your options if you need to run Android on PC? Join us as we walk through your options, whether your a dev, an avid mobile gamer, or just curious.
by Alex MullisMarch 15, 2018

How to make an Android app with Xamarin

This post will walk you through a simple first project in Xamarin for Android development. Xamarin is ideal for cross-platform development and surprisingly good to use!
by Adam SinickiMarch 14, 2018

Which is better? Unity vs Unreal Engine for Android game development

This post looks at the strengths and weaknesses of Unity vs Unreal Engine for Android game development and ultimately aims to help developers decide which is the right one for their projects.
by Adam SinickiMarch 12, 2018

Transferring user data to a new device with Smart Lock, Google Sign-In, and Auto Backup

Getting a new Android device is exciting, but it’s also a risky time for application developers, as it’s easy to lose your audience. To avoid user loss your app should automatically ...
by Jessica ThornsbyMarch 8, 2018
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