Hello! In the last few weeks I started reading about and testing Flutter, the new mobile SDK from Google, that let’s you build for both Android and iOS at the same time (similar to React Native).
A lot of people use Instagram and you probably think it’s something very hard to build by your own. In the next tutorial I will show you that it actually can be quite easy. We will build an Instagram-like app (not the fully featured Instagram, but a solid starting point) using Google’s Firebase to keep our data. Continue reading “Build an Instagram-Like Android App Using Google Firebase”
All the kids love drawing, so let’s see how to make such an app for them. Continue reading “How to Build A Drawing Android App”
A lot of Android apps have face detection enabled for still images or even for the camera live video feed. In this tutorial I will show how you can implement this in your app.
Welcome to the third tutorial on how to build an Android application! This time, we will build an application using the Facebook SDK to get the user’s images and show them ordered by the number of reactions received on the platform. Here’s how the app will look in the end:
The second tutorial will be about making a simple puzzle Android game. The idea is simple: you choose one image from a list, or you take a photo using the camera, which is then divided into several puzzle pieces, and you have to put it back. To check the app before you build it, you can download it from the Google Play Store: Puzzle – use your own images or choose from ours.
In this Android tutorial we will build a time zone converter app. This will help users find out the time in different places around the globe by selecting their time zone and the time zone to which they want to convert to. Everything will be configurable by the user: the source time zone, the destination time zone, the date and the time of the conversion. The final app will look like this: