Learn to enhance the app you created in the first part on how to make your first Android app and to add new UI controls to add new functionality.
Learn the basics of how to make your first Android app and learn the ins and outs of working with Android Studio.
Learn how to make a universal app that works on the iPhone, iPad, and Android in this Cocos2D-X tutorial.
Part 2 of a Cocos2D-X tile map tutorial series about his ninja and his quest for watermelon.
Learn how to make a simple tile-based cross platform game in this Cocos2D-X tile map tutorial!
In this Cocos2D-X tutorial, you will learn how to build a space game similar to the one was built in the How to Make a Space Shooter iPhone Game. There will be one major difference – this will be written in beautiful cross-platform C++, using Cocos2D-X!
In this Cocos2D-X tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Cocos2D-X and C++ to produce a cross-platform “Hello World” app that will run under both iOS and Android.
This is a post by Tutorial Team Member Greg Pugh, author of the Colin Turtle children’s eBook app series. You can also find him on Google+. You have probably seen some stories on the news and on the web about kids that are developing mobile apps at an early age. Often they use the Corona […]
This is a blog post by iOS Tutorial Team member Ali Hafizji, an iOS and Android developer working at Tavisca Solutions. In this tutorial, you’re going to get hands-on experience making a simple game on Android using AndEngine, a popular and easy to use game framework. There are many frameworks you can use to make […]
This is a blog post by iOS Tutorial Team member Jean-Yves Mengant, an experienced Android / IOS developer and designer. In this tutorial, I will show you how to build a space game similar to the one we built in the How to Make a Space Shooter iPhone Game. There will be one major difference […]
This is a blog post by iOS Tutorial Team member Jean-Yves Mengant, an experienced Android / IOS developer and designer. Cocos2D is an amazing and easy to use framework, but since it’s written in Objective-C you can only write games with it for iOS and the Mac. Wouldn’t it be great if you could use […]
This is a blog post by iOS Tutorial Team member Ali Hafizji, an iOS and Android developer living in India. This tutorial is a continuation of Getting Started with Android Development, this site’s first foray into developing for a non-Apple platform! Check it out if you haven’t already. If you were following along last time, […]
Note from Ray: Although this site has been focused on iOS development so far, I thought you guys might enjoy learning a bit about Android development as well. So iOS tutorial team member Ali Hafizji has put together this great tutorial on Android development for beginners! I had never programmed for Android before, but bought […]