Alex Mullis

Alex Mullis has many years of Android development under his belt with a few apps in the Play Store and is currently majoring in computer science with knowledge of C++, Java, HTML and most importantly, Android.

Alex's Posts
 

The best Android developer tools for getting started

This post explores the most important Android developer tools that will help you level up your dev game.
Alex MullisApril 7, 2021
 

The best Android app makers for creating apps and building them 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 ...
Alex MullisMarch 15, 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 ...
Alex MullisJanuary 2, 2019
 

Pushbullet for Android — everything you need to know

Pushbullet sets out to unify the mobile and desktop spaces, with notifications, file sharing and more. Find out how to become a notifications guru with this essential guide.
Alex MullisJuly 4, 2018
 

Android SDK tutorial for beginners

Android development starts with the Android SDK - a collection of tools needed to build any kind of Android app. Discover what's included and how to use it.
Alex MullisDecember 16, 2017
 

Android Studio tutorial for beginners

Succeeding Eclipse as the main IDE, Android Studio has come along way since its introduction in 2014. Here is an introduction tutorial for beginners.
Alex MullisNovember 11, 2017
 

What are Android App permissions, and how do devs implement them?

App permissions are built into an app by its developer. So what are app permissions and how does a developer implement them? That's what we aim to teach!
Alex MullisJuly 22, 2017
 

Android NDK — Everything you need to know

The Android NDK allows you to use C/C++ code in your Android apps. Here is our guide to getting started with the Android NDK.
Alex MullisJuly 7, 2017
 

Whatever happened to CyanogenMod? What is LineageOS?

This post explains everything you need to know about CyanogenMod and its new successor LineageOS. Just what happened to Cyanogen and should you try Lineage?
Alex MullisJuly 3, 2017
 

Genymotion Cloud: Everything you need to know

Genymotion Cloud is designed to allow greater collaboration between team members on large teams with cloud based services allowing for real time code changes, automated app testing and ...
Alex MullisOctober 18, 2016
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