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How to Import Eclipse Project into Android Studio

Releasing the Stable Version of Android Studio in December 2014, Google has announced that Android Studio is now the Official IDE for Android. It has...

Create Android app for Website/ Blog using WebView in New Android Studio

How to create Android app for website using WebView: With a steep increase of Mobile users, many of website owners are now creating an android app for their website....

Android Splash Screen Tutorial Using New Android Studio

Android Splash Screen Example: Many popular Android Apps such as Skype, Facebook, Adobe Reader, 500px, Dropbox etc.,  uses splash screen to display their logo. Most...

Android Layouts and Types of Android Layouts

Android Layouts: A Layout dictates the alignment of widgets (such as Text, Buttons, EditText box) as we see in the Android Application. All the visual...

How to Test Android App on Emulator and setting up Android Virtual Device in New Android Studio

In this article we are going to learn how to set up and configure AVD (Android Virtual Device) and How to test Android App on Emulator. An...

How to Test Android App on Real Devices like Android Mobile or Tablet using Android Studio

In the Previous Article We have Discussed about How To Install Android Studio and Running your First Basic App. We now Discuss in detail...

Getting Started with Android Development: Installing Android Studio and Creating Your First basic Project

Android Technology is becoming increasingly popular day by day, even after 7 years of its release. Ever since its release in 2008, Android OS...

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Kotlinconf 2019 highlights – What’s new in Kotlin world

KotlinConf 2019 was held in Copenhagen (Denmark) this December. With over 4 Million+ users of Kotlin 1.3, the language focuses on becoming a universal...

Lambda function in Kotlin with Examples

Lambda function is powerful feature in any Programming language and Lambda function in Kotlin is no exception. In this article, we will...

Higher Order Functions in Kotlin with examples

There are many advanced features in Kotlin which gives an edge for the user using this language over Java. One such feature...

RxJava Transform Operators – Operators for Transforming Observables – RxJava Tutorial #5

RxJava Transform Operators, as the name indicates, are used for transforming the items which are emitted by reactive sources such as Observables. In this article...

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