Android

In this Kotlin code example we will learn how to create ImageView in Kotlin programmatically. The code example below will cover:  Create ImageView in a ConstraintLayout Load picture from a resource and add it to the ImageView For this example to work and to actually load an image, you will need to add at least…

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Below is a very short tutorial on how to create RecyclerView in Kotlin programmatically. RecyclerView is a flexible view for providing a limited window into a large data set and learning how to create and use it make you even better Mobile App Developer :). The Kotlin code example below will cover: Create RecyclerView Create RecyclerAdapter Create a…

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In this short code example in Kotlin I am going to share with you how to create an EditText programmatically and also how to: Add the created EditText in a ConstraintLayout Set hint text for the TextView Set text color Set EditText backgroundColor Layout XML file for the EditText UI component <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″?> <android.support.constraint.ConstraintLayout xmlns:android=”http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android”…

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In this tutorial, we will use Kotlin to make a simple Android mobile app that will be able to receive push notifications sent from Firebase. I used to call these kind of messages “push messages” but the correct term for this tutorials will probably be a Firebase Cloud Messaging or the FCM which also stands for Firebase Cloud Messaging.  I…

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Heads up guys! Google has just launched a new certification program for mobile web developers. The complete name of certification exam is Mobile Web Specialist Certification and if you have been building mobile web apps then this is your chance to show off your skills and become Google Certified Mobile Web Specialist :). Those who…

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