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Android Development

Android Development

ML Kit Image Labeling: Determine an image’s content with machine learning

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ML Kit: Extracting text from images with Google’s Machine Learning SDK

Learn to use ML Kit’s Text Recognition API to create an Android app that can intelligently gather, process and analyze the information it’s been given.
by Jessica ThornsbyJanuary 16, 2019

Hassle-free fragments: Using Android’s Navigation Architecture Component

Find out how to migrate your projects to this single-Activity structure using JetPack’s Navigation Architecture Component.
by Jessica ThornsbyJanuary 15, 2019

A very simple overview of Android App development for beginners

Interested in Android development but have no idea where to start? This post will talk you through all the software you need to download and install and explain what everything does. ...
by Adam SinickiJanuary 12, 2019

Root Android: Everything you need to know!

Rooting Android allows you to take customization as far as it will go. This post explores what it means to root Android, looking at the pros and cons and providing some tips on how to ...
by Adam SinickiJanuary 10, 2019
 
 

Cross-platform mobile development — challenges, options, and why you should consider it

To reach the widest audience, developers may wish to release their Android apps and games on other platforms such as iOS, Windows Mobile, and even PCs and consoles. This post explains ...
by Adam SinickiJanuary 2, 2019

Actions on Google makes it easy to build apps for Google Assistant

Actions on Google lets users create their own 'apps' for Google Assistant - and there's not a line of code required. Learn to make quizzes and more with templates and discover the more ...
by Adam SinickiDecember 29, 2018

An introduction to Kotlin for Android development

As of Android Studio 3.0, developers will have the option to make their apps with Kotlin, out of the box. Take a look at the differences and why you might want to check it out!
by Adam SinickiDecember 22, 2018

ML Kit Image Labeling: Determine an image’s content with machine learning

Learn how to build an Android app that can automatically process an image using on-device and in-the-cloud machine learning.
by Jessica ThornsbyDecember 11, 2018

Flutter 1.0 released: The first stable release of Google’s mobile UI toolkit

Google has announced that Flutter, its mobile UI toolkit, has reached an important milestone — the all-important version 1.0 release.
by Gary SimsDecember 4, 2018

App development: How to make calls, send SMS, and retrieve the user’s contacts

Making calls and sending SMS are some of the most versatile features that you can add to your Android applications.
by Jessica ThornsbyDecember 2, 2018
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