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There is no better way to begin your Android education. Check out these Beginner's Tutorials and build your own Android app.


Real-time Notifications: Build a Firebase App-to-App Notification System Sunday Akinsete Sunday Akinsete  ●  Android · Notifications · Real time · Java · Firebase  ●  Jan 12, 2017
Real-time Notifications: Build a Firebase App-to-App Notification System

Make an app-to-app notification using Firebase without implementing a server backend.

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Getting Started with Kotlin For Android Development Poovarasan Poovarasan  ●  Android · Kotlin · Android studio  ●  Jan 03, 2017
Getting Started with Kotlin For Android Development

This tutorial will give you a glimpse of how useful Kotlin is for Android Development. You should consider it for your next project!

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12 Best Android Apps for Web Developers and Designers to Try in 2017 Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  Android · Web development · Web design · Mobile apps  ●  Dec 06, 2016
12 Best Android Apps for Web Developers and Designers to Try in 2017

In this post, we have listed many highly useful Android applications for web developers and webmasters to use with all mobility advantages. These Android applications enable web developers to accomplish several critical tasks while on the go.

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Start Building Daydream Apps: Exploring Google VR SDK Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  Daydream · Android · Google · Vr  ●  Dec 02, 2016
Start Building Daydream Apps: Exploring Google VR SDK

In this article, I’m going to show you how to setup a DIY development kit, so you can get that all-important hands-on experience with the Daydream platform—even if you haven’t managed to get your hands on the Daydream View or the Daydream Controller yet!

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Building React Native Apps: Retrofitting an iOS app to Android Vijay Thirugnanam Vijay Thirugnanam  ●  React · iOS · Android · React native  ●  Nov 21, 2016
Building React Native Apps: Retrofitting an iOS app to Android

This tutorial will extend a React Native Todo app from iOS to the Android platform.

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Infographic: 11 Most Common Android Errors and How to Fix Them Codementor  ●  Android  ●  Oct 28, 2016
Infographic: 11 Most Common Android Errors and How to Fix Them

After days of toiling away at your latest Android project, you’ve finally reached the point where you’re ready to put all your hard work to the test. Then it doesn’t work. Don’t panic! Simply work your way down this infographic to find out exactly what’s preventing your app from running, and how you can fix it.

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Ready for Android Nougat? Key Features + Tips & Tricks Codementor  ●  Android  ●  Aug 18, 2016
Ready for Android Nougat? Key Features + Tips & Tricks

Get your apps ready for Android Nougat by adding some of the big up-and-coming features that we’re all looking forward in Android 7.0.

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Create a Cross-platform App with Visual Studio Lightbeard Lightbeard  ●  Android · Ionic · Visual Studio  ●  Aug 12, 2016
Create a Cross-platform App with Visual Studio

Did you know that you can write mobile applications with great user interfaces that are cross-platform — supporting Android, iOS, and Microsoft phones and tablets — with just HTML, JavaScript, and CSS? Times are changing and it is easier than ever with Visual Studio Community Edition’s Ionic templates!

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How to Make an App: From Vision to Product Abinash Neupane Abinash Neupane  ●  Programming · Sdlc · Android · iOS  ●  Aug 09, 2016
How to Make an App: From Vision to Product

Some people think that developing an app is just writing a bunch of code; but writing code is just a single step in app development. All other stages are equally as important to develop a good app.

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3 Basic Rules Every Android Developer Should Know Abinash Neupane Abinash Neupane  ●  Android · Memory management · 9 patch  ●  Aug 02, 2016
3 Basic Rules Every Android Developer Should Know

Here's an Android app tutorial that only requires developers of every level to remember 3 basic rules to develop better apps.

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