Mobile Development

  • Google Maps
    Getting Started With Google Maps for Android: AdvancedMap icon
    While the standard features of Google Maps are incredibly useful, there will be times that you want to do a little bit more. Luckily, Google has created an open source library that contains a set of utilities that Android developers can use to make their applications even better with enhanced maps. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use this utility library to add heat map visualizations for your data, cluster large numbers of markers for easier viewing, and use various utility methods for working with the spherical nature of the Earth or drawing routes on roads.Read More…
  • WatchKit
    watchOS 2: Background Transfers and QueuesWatchos 2@2x
    Watch Connectivity is a new communication framework released alongside iOS 9 and watchOS 2. It's main purpose is to easily and seamlessly transfer information between an Apple Watch application and its parent iOS application. In this tutorial, you will learn how the Watch Connectivity framework can be used to transfer data in the background between an iOS and an Apple Watch application.Read More…
  • Google Maps
    Getting Started With Google Maps for Android: IntermediateMap icon
    Without a doubt, maps are one of the most useful tools for users when included in an app. This tutorial is the second in a series going over Google Maps v2 for Android. In this tutorial, you will expand on what you learned in the last article in order to lay views on top of a map, override the indoor level selector controls, and add a Street View component to your applications.Read More…
  • Android
    Scrolling Techniques for Material DesignMaterial design@2x
    During this year's Google I/O, Google introduced the Android Design Support Library to make the adoption of Material Design easier. This lets developers focus on the features that make their applications unique. In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to implement the scrolling techniques that were demoed in Google’s Material Design specification.Read More…
  • iOS
    An Introduction to On-Demand Resources on iOS and tvOSIos 9@2x
    In this tutorial, I will show you how to implement on-demand resources in iOS and tvOS applications. By using on-demand resources, you can significantly reduce the size of your app on a user's device as well as host any resources you have on Apple's servers to download at any time, when they are needed.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Getting Started With Raygun: Insights and Crash Reporting for App DevelopersPreview
    142 shares helps your team track and share errors for all programming languages and platforms across deployments. Get to know this powerful software development service.Read More…
  • iOS
    Create a Mobile Application Using WordPress, Ionic, and AngularJSPreview image@2x
    Creating hybrid, mobile applications with technologies, such as Ionic Framework and Cordova, has become increasingly popular. This tutorial shows you how you can leverage those technologies to build a hybrid, mobile application for your WordPress website.Read More…
  • App Development
    Amazon Underground's New Model for Mobile App RevenueAmazon underground
    There's a basic problem in the world of mobile app development. Developers invest a lot of time and money in creating a great app, and they deserve to be rewarded for that. But consumers are unwilling to pay. With Amazon's newly-launched Amazon Underground, customers get to download and use your Android app completely free, and Amazon pays you for every minute that they spend using it.Read More…
  • Android
    Reading QR Codes Using the Mobile Vision APIPicq
    The latest release of the Google Play services SDK includes the mobile vision API which, among other things, makes it very easy for Android developers to create apps capable of detecting and reading QR codes in real time. In this tutorial, I am going to help you get started with it.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Create a Mobile App Using and AngularPreview famous
    In this tutorial we'll create a simple Pokémon mobile app. By the end of this project you will understand how Angular works within the context of a application, be able to create smooth animations, and know how to harness the true power of JavaScript and the good parts of HTML5.Read More…
  • tvOS
    An Introduction to tvOS DevelopmentTvos@2x
    In this tutorial, I will introduce you to tvOS development for the new Apple TV by creating a basic application. I will also discuss the key differences between iOS and tvOS development, and what the requirements are for developers.Read More…
  • Google Maps
    Getting Started With Google Maps for Android: BasicsMap icon
    Without a doubt, maps are one of the most useful tools for users when included in an app. This tutorial is the first in a series going over Google Maps v2 for Android. It will cover setting up the Google Maps API through the Google Developer Console, including a map fragment in your applications, displaying the user's location, adding markers, drawing on the map, and some general methods that will add utility to your app.Read More…
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