Android 10 review!
Reviews

Android 10 review: The most personal Android yet

Joe Hindy September 11, 2019 407 shares
Reviews

Fitbit Versa 2 review: Inching towards greatness

Jimmy Westenberg September 12, 2019 76 shares
News

Google Pixel 4 hands-on videos show the phone in all its glory

Williams Pelegrin September 12, 2019 929 shares
Reviews

Google Nest Hub Max review: Not the cheapest, but the best

Andrew Grush September 9, 2019 121 shares
11 articles
 

Create the next mobile gaming hit with 160 hours of developer training

The 2019 Game Dev Bundle covers everything you need to know about building your own indie games.
AA PicksJanuary 30, 201948 shares
 

Price Drop on Rob Percival’s Web Developer Course 2.0

The Web Developer 2.0 course lead by coding guru Rob Percival is your one-stop shop for building sites, all for just $9.
AA PicksFebruary 21, 201898 shares
 

The best gear for Android developers

Learning to develop for Android is a highly rewarding and potentially profitable experience. If you're going to get the most from it though, you'll need the right hardware. This post ...
Adam SinickiFebruary 20, 2018235 shares
 

Let’s build a custom keyboard for Android

This post will talk you through the process of creating your own custom Android keyboard. Ideal for those looking to expand their Android development skills, personalize their own ...
Adam SinickiJanuary 27, 20186284 shares
 

Top tips to make learning Android development easier

Learning to program is hard. Learning Android development is harder. But if you approach it in the right way, then you can save yourself a lot of time and drastically improve the ...
Adam SinickiJanuary 23, 2018332 shares
 

7 ways to write better code

Writing code for Android apps can be tough, especially if you don't approach the best way. Here are 7 beginners' tips to help streamline your projects.
Adam SinickiNovember 21, 2017239 shares
 

How to build Accelerated Mobile Pages (and what it means)

Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages aims to make the web faster and more mobile friendly. It serves as an alternative to building an app & may be key for SEO.
Adam SinickiNovember 1, 2017253 shares
 

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, 2017776 shares
 

Escape the grind: make money building websites

People the world over are paying rent and buying food by developing websites and never having to deal with office politics. But how do you join their ranks?
AA PicksNovember 8, 2016147 shares
 

Making high performance 3D apps with Vulkan

OpenGL has always been the standard graphics API used in Android, but now that the Khronos Group announed Vulkan, that may change. Vulkan is not set to replace OpenGL, at least not ...
Alex MullisJune 30, 2016484 shares
Load More
End of the line!