Detecting touch gestures? You will be doing this often in Android application development. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use OnTouchListener to detect touch events on ImageView and use them to recognize appropriate touch gesture and apply different transformations.
In this tutorial I will show you how to implement that awesome collapsing toolbar in your android application.
This is second part of my tutorial Api Client using Retrofit, RXJava and Kotlin. In first part we connected with API and received list of articles, but we only logged out data in Logcat. In this part I’ll show you how to output article list in RecyclerView and make it look nice with CardView.
Hello. In this tutorial I will show you how to make a grid layout in your application. You can change number of columns, rows, number of items and all other cool stuff. Pretty handy for […]
Hello. In this tutorial, I will show you how to add cool animations to your loading data of recyclerview. Add recyclerview and cardview to your build gradle: build.gradle(Module:app) implementation ‘com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:26.1.0’ implementation ‘com.android.support:cardview-v7:26.1.0’ Next, make a […]
Old version of Google Location API only works with older versions of Google Play Services, in newer versions, the FusedLocationApi object has been deprecated. So in today’s lesson, we’ll learn how to get your device’s […]
In this tutorial you will see how to easily make your ImageView round.
This will be tutorial about implementing very fancy menu view. It looks nice and is easy to implement.
For last year since I found about Kotlin I’m learning how to use it in Android app development, Spring framework etc. I’m still amazed how expressive and functional this programming language is compared to our old friend Java. Kotlin is constantly updated with new features and it’s getting better and more popular every day.
I already made a tutorial how to read/write from Room persistence, library here is the link:
so, I decided to make tutorial how to update and delete elements.
The EmojiCompat support library aims to keep Android devices up to date with the latest emoji. It prevents your app from showing missing emoji characters in the form of ☐, which indicates that your device does not have a font to display the text. By using the EmojiCompat support library, your app users do not need to wait for Android OS updates to get the latest emoji.
Hello and happy New year!
Today we will learn how to pull JSON data from remote server using Retrofit and API calls.