Category: Tutorials

PrestaShop Webservice how to fix CORS error

If you are working on angular app and testing it from localhost, hosting it on another domain or you are working on ionic mobile app which will be running from mobile phones you will get […]

Angular2-presta in Ionic app

Short video explaining how to use my angular2-presta library in your ionic app to connect with your prestashop site using prestashop webservice.

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RecyclerView animations

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 […]

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Latest Google Location API in 2018.

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 […]

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Api Client using Retrofit, RXJava and Kotlin

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’m using angular and other javascript frameworks like vue in my work. I just love how easy is to work with API data with angular’s HttpClient, rx observables and other great tools packed with it. With few lines of code you get so much done. Now with Kotlin, Retrofit and RXJava you can do almost same in android development. In this tutorial I’ll try to show you just few cool and useful possibilities.

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Emoji Compatibility in Android

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.