Are you a budding developer who knows the basics of Java and wants to make their first app using Android Studio? With PlayStore currently hosting 2.89 million Android apps and growing every minute, it is a great decision to learn and eventually master Android apps development. Get Started With Android Studio To make an android… Continue reading How to Make your First App in Java
Every app that you see on your phone is created on an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Android Studio is the official IDE for creating Android Apps. It is also the most used IDE and most apps that you use on your Android phone are created with Android Studio. Want to make your first Android app… Continue reading How to Use Android Studio?
Material Design is a design system that helps teams build high-quality digital experiences. It brings together style, interaction, and motion to create hierarchy, meaning, and continuity throughout the application. Material Design comes with material components for Android that are necessary to ensure developers come up with beautiful designs. In this tutorial, you’ll get an overview… Continue reading Make a Simple Mobile App With Material Design: Create a Login Screen
The very first thing you’ll see when you open the WordPress back-end—also known as “the admin panel”—is the dashboard. This is the starting place for the majority of tasks you’ll be performing in WordPress. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use the dashboard, and also how to customize it to fit your preferences and… Continue reading Get to Know the WordPress Admin Dashboard
To create a native Android app, one that can directly use all the features and functionality available on an Android phone or tablet, you need to use the Android platform’s Java API framework. This is the API that allows you to perform common tasks such as drawing text, shapes, and colors on the screen, playing… Continue reading How to Create Your First Android App Step-by-Step
We explored the concepts of the Model View Presenter pattern in the first part of this series and we implemented our own version of the pattern in the second part. It’s now time to dig a little deeper. In this tutorial, we focus on the following topics: setting up the test environment and writing unit tests for the… Continue reading Testing and Dependency Injection With Model View Presenter on Android
In the previous tutorial, we talked about the Model View Presenter pattern, how it is applied on Android, and what its most important advantages are. In this tutorial, we explore the Model View Presenter pattern in more detail by implementing it in an Android application. In this tutorial: we build a simple application using the MVP… Continue reading How to Adopt Model View Presenter on Android