In our season 7 finale, Dru and Janie bring back Capital One’s Louie de la Rosa to talk about working with large mobile development teams and then Razeware’s Joe Howard opens up the gates on the Android Avalanche.
Learn how to add various animations to your Android apps that will make the user experience more dynamic, fun, and effective.
With the recent launch of our new Android and Kotlin books, courses, and screencasts, some of you might be looking for a good Android podcast to go along with it all.
Create a basic RecyclerView, then learn how to add ItemDecorations, animations, multiple view types, drag and drop, and swipe-to-delete.
Learn the basics of creating Android user interfaces, starting with layouts such as LinearLayout, and then switch to using the newer ConstraintLayout.
Learn about routes, navigation, and transitions for apps written using the Flutter cross-platform framework from Google.
Continue your Android development journey! Build a TODO list app from the ground up and learn about recycler views, saving data via shared preferences, using fragments, working with multiple screen sizes, Material Design, and more!
Take a deep dive into the Kotlin programming language itself and learn about Kotlin types, flow control, functions, classes, properties, lambdas, collections, nullables, methods, and much more.
We’re expanding beyond iOS development and are launching a major new venture into Android and Kotlin development, with an avalanche of new books, courses, and screencasts!
Owner of Wee Taps and Full-Time Indie Illustrator & Designer: A Top Designer Interview With Paddy Donnelly
Welcome to another installment of our Top App Dev Interview series! This time there’s a slight twist: we’re actually interviewing a designer, Paddy Donnelly.
Dive into the Flutter framework for building iOS and Android apps in a single codebase, by writing a cross-platform app using VS Code.
In this Origami Studio tutorial, you will learn how to create amazing mobile prototypes with Origami Studio without writing code.
In this episode Dru and Janie welcome back Arthur Mayes to discuss some new tools and how and when to use them. Arthur explains MVVM, then Janie ‘gives us some computer learning’ for CoreML.
Learn how to submit an app to Apple in this two-part series. This tutorial documents every step of becoming an Apple iOS developer – from literally no account, to published on the App Store!