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Java

  • Android SDK
    Create a Weather App on AndroidPic2
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    Do you find that a lot of the weather apps available on Google Play are either full of ads or require too many permissions? Why don't you create one yourself? It's not that hard. This tutorial takes you through all the steps to create a simple and minimalist weather app for the Android platform.Read More…
  • Android SDK
    Build A Custom Launcher on AndroidPic1
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    If you're interested in personalizing your Android phone or tablet, you may already be using a popular launcher like Nova Launcher or GO Launcher. Have you ever wondered how they work? This tutorial will show you how to make a basic, custom launcher on Android.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Android SDK: Create a Barcode ReaderSue smith barcode label@2x
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    In this tutorial, we'll use the ZXing (Zebra Crossing) library to carry out barcode scanning within an Android app. We'll call on the resources in this open source library within our app, retrieving and processing the returned results.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Design Patterns in JavaDesign patterns in java
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    One of the unchanging facts of life is that change is the undying constant in every software lifecycle - one that you cannot run away from. The challenge is to adapt to this change with minimum latency and maximum flexibility. The good news is that someone has probably already solved your design problems and their solutions have evolved into best practices; these agreed-upon best practices are referred to as "Design Patterns". Today, we're going to explore two popular design patterns, and learn how good design can help you write code that is squeaky clean and extensible. Read More…
  • Mobile Web Apps
    Device Detection with WURFLWurfl
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    This tutorial will introduce you to WURFL and demonstrate how it can be used for device detection and cross-platform mobile web development.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Learn Java for Android Development: Introduction to JavaJava logo
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    In this tutorial series, you’ll become familiar with Java, the programming language used to develop Android applications. Our goal is to prepare those already familiar with one programming language, such as PHP or Objective-C, to become comfortable working with the Java programming language and dive into Android app development. In this tutorial, you’ll get a brief introduction to Java fundamentals, including object oriented programming, inheritance and more. If you’re new to Java, or just looking to brush up on the details, then this is the tutorial series for you!Read More…
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