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Android Development

I want to develop Android Apps - What languages should I learn?

by Adam Sinicki August 24, 201755 comments

How to enable Developer Options on your Android device

by Jonathan Feist December 5, 201623 comments

Why not put some of that tech-savviness to use and become a web developer?

by AA Picks November 2, 20160 comments

Best Android developer tools

by Adam Sinicki June 19, 20173 comments
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Using Android Architecture Components: Lifecycles and SQLite made easy

Get started with the Room data persistence library, and learn how to create lifecycle-aware components using the Architecture Components Lifecycles library.
by Jessica Thornsby1 day ago

How to Add Flip Animations to your Android App

Flip animations can turn your app into a great visual experience. This tutorial explains how to add these simple animations to your app.
by Team AA1 week ago

A SQLite primer for Android app developers

SQLite offers a powerful way to store and organize persistent data for your apps. This is a crucial and in-demand skill all developers should know!
by Adam Sinicki1 week ago

Improve your app’s UI with animations

Animations add visual cues to notify users about what's going on in your app and improve their understanding of its interface. Here's how to implement them.
by Team AA1 week ago
 
 

A SQL primer for Android app developers

SQL is used to interact with databases. Learning the language can take your Android development game to a whole new level. This primer will get you started.
by Adam Sinicki2 weeks ago

Adding new functionality with Kotlin’s extension functions

Find out how to customize Kotlin and Java classes so they provide exactly the functionality your project requires, including previously-closed classes.
by Jessica Thornsby3 weeks ago

How to add sensor support to your apps (and how your phone’s sensors work)

Sensors allow our smartphones to do some incredible things. Find out how they work and how to insert them into your own apps!
by Adam Sinicki3 weeks ago

How to use Material Design in your Android apps

We are visual beings and even though an app might have cool features, a poor the design will lead to users abandoning an app.
by Team AA3 weeks ago

How to add more voice commands to your device

Ever wanted to add more voice commands to your smartphone to turn it into a portable Jarvis? This post has the answers. Hack Google Assistant and more!
by Adam Sinicki4 weeks ago

Starting Android App development with RxJava 2.0

Upgrading to the latest release of a library is usually as simple as changing the version number, but switching to RxJava isn't quite so straightforward.
by Jessica Thornsby4 weeks ago
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