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HTC U11 Life (Android One) review

by Kris Carlon 3 days ago0 comments

Black Friday 2017: T-Mobile buy one, get one free sale starts November 17th

by AA Picks 4 days ago11 comments

Flagship? Mid-range? Budget? Find the best phone for you

by Robert Triggs 2 days ago0 comments

The future according to Google: AI + hardware + software = ?

by Adam Sinicki 4 days ago0 comments
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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 Sinicki5 days 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

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 Thornsby3 weeks ago

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

Developing Android apps can be rewarding, both personally and financially. Assuming you have a certain level of technical knowledge then it is possible to develop Android apps yourself. ...
by Adam SinickiAugust 24, 201755
 
 

Want to learn to program but don’t know where to start?

Starting down the path of the coding wizard may seem like a daunting task, but modern resources make it cheaper and easier than ever.
by AA PicksAugust 15, 2017

How to write your first Android game in Java

There's more than one way to make an Android game! Here is how you create a 2D sprite-based game with Java and Android Studio.
by Adam SinickiJuly 21, 2017

Java tutorial for beginners

To write your own Android app you are going to need to do some programming. The language of Android is Java, and this tutorial will help you get started.
by Gary SimsJuly 11, 201712

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.
by Alex MullisJuly 7, 20171

Add any GitHub library to Android Studio, using Maven, JCenter and JitPack

Seen a good third party Android library on GitHub? Find out how to add any library as a remote dependency, or how to clone and use it as a local dependency.
by Jessica ThornsbyJune 5, 2017

Let’s build a simple notepad app for Android

How to make a simple notepad app in Android Studio including how to save and load files, use recycler views and much more.
by Adam SinickiMay 24, 20173
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