Get Android Things up and running on Raspberry Pi 3 Model B.
Month: December 2016
a brief overview of activities in android.
You can add textview or text to any app simply using drag and drop in Android Studio but is it really the right way to do it? Find out in this post.
Google today announced the release of Android Things, a slightly modified version of Android to run on IOT devices. It will use the same tools and framework that you use for building android apps.
If you remember my previous post where we picked the API for our project then you might be wondering what that is and why does it matter? In this post I will go over that.
Before we dive any further into Android, I want to briefly go over Android Layouts as layout of your app is equally if not more important than the actual working of your app.
At retail price of $149 , Motorola’s Moto G4 Play is one of the best budget phones around. If you are an Amazon prime member and don’t mind a few pre-installed Amazon’s apps and ads then you can get it even cheaper at $99 as of Dec 2016. Get it here
Today, I’m going to show you how to test your app on an android phone. I will use Moto G Play but it should work for most android 4.2+ phones. You will need a USB cable and an android phone to follow this tutorial.
In this post I will continue going over Android Studio and finish with a simple “Hello World” app. If you haven’t already, please go over the Part 1 of this intro series before this one.
Today I’m going to Introduce and setup Android Studio, the official IDE for android development by Google. It’s available for free for all three major operating systems. I will be using Windows 10 but it should be pretty similar on any platform.