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[MEGA DEAL] Java Essentials for Android Course (61% off)

Master the Language Behind Android Apps with a University Professor! Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have an extreme offer. We are offering the Java Essentials for Android Course for only $34 instead of the original price of $89, yeap that is a massive 61% off. Understanding Java is the cornerstone of building great apps ...

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Android HTTP library: Handle HTTP, JSON, Images

When we develop an Android app, usually we have to connect to a remote server to get information. The connection usually is based on HTTP protocol because it provides a simple mechanism to transport information. Moreover, almost all platforms provide a set of API based on HTTP and it is very common the scenario where an Android app needs to ...

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How to get started with Android development

Learning how to build a mobile application is a good project to improve your programming skills while learning to work in a different environment than the desktop or a web browser. You can get started without worrying about a large stack, making it easy for a beginner to pick it up and start playing with quickly. Building applications with the ...

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How To Read Your Passport With Android

As I’ve been researching machine readable travel documents, I decided to do a little proof-of-concept on reading ePassports using an NFC-enabled smartphone (Android). The result is on GitHub, and is based on the jMRTD library, which provides all the necessary low-level details. As I pointed out in my previous article, the standards for the ePassports have evolved a lot throughout ...

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2 Android Studio productivity tips you MUST know

This post will handle frequent tasks one usually do in Android Studio: Modifying layout XML files Observing logcat output If you do that actions, make sure you aware of the below tips. Modifying layout XML files When modifying XML layout files, one has to decide the ultimate decision: Which view to use – Design or Text view? Design view provides you a good visual presentation ...

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6 Steps To Develop And Publish an Android Library

Developing an open source Android Library is a great experience. You have the chance to pay back with your work all the times you used an open source library. There are a lot of libraries that we all used and that have simplified our developer life. It is, also, a great opportunity to learn because the source code is public ...

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Improve Your Application’s Performance Using HPE AppPulse Mobile

Abstract This tutorial gives an example of how to use Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s AppPulse Mobile to monitor your application’s performance. We will walk through how AppPulse Mobile can help you detect performance issues in your application easily. I am using a Mac OS X 10.10.5 with a Nexus 5 (Marshmallow 6.0) for development. The IDE used for development and testing ...

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