Fundamental Tutorials of Android

What is Android? Android is a mobile operating system based on a modified version of the Linux kernel and other open-source software, designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Android is developed by a consortium of developers known as the Open Handset Alliance, though its most widely used version is primarily developed by Google. It was unveiled in November 2007, with the first commercial Android device, the HTC Dream, being launched in September 2008. Android is

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Esper announces new funding for its Android IoT DevOps platform

Source:-sdtimes.com Android device and deployment application management company Esper announced a $7.6 million Series A funding round. According to the company, the funding will help it provide a full stack development and management platform for Android edge devices. Esper explained that the overall edge market is growing 26% annually with more than 7 million developers worldwide working on applications for Android edge devices such as tablets, kiosks, point-of-sale, and mobile payment devices. By 2024 it is expected that there will

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Parcheesi Ludo (Android studio + Admob + GDPR)

Source:- codecanyon.net Ludo Partchis is the modern version of the royal Pachisi game. A Ludo game that was played between kings and indians in ancient times. Roll the dice Ludo and move your chips to reach the center of the Ludo plateau. Defeat other players and become King Ludo. Ludo Partchis suits the traditional rules and the old and traditional aspect of the Ludo game. The game Ludo has evolved over the centuries to now arrive on your mobile phone. Just

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5 mistakes Android developers must avoid

Source –¬†jaxenter.com Android has matured to a great extent and has evolved as one of the most beloved platforms among smartphone users. In fact, ‚ÄúAndroid accounted for more than 80 percent of all smartphone sales to end users worldwide in 2016,‚ÄĚ according to¬†Statista. Moreover, according to¬†Gartner, ‚ÄúGoogle‚Äôs Android extended its lead by capturing 82 percent of the total market in the fourth quarter of 2016.‚ÄĚ With the introduction of Lollipop, Jelly Bean, Marshmallow, Nougat and O (which could come¬†next month)

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Android make new version for build.gradle

Source –¬†stackoverflow.com I’ve forked Android project from GitHub, clone using SourceTree make my changes and want to make a new version for using that in my other app by gradle version increasing Now I want to have something like this in my¬†buil.gradle¬†file older is¬†compile ‘com.github.lib:0.3.1’ and the new one¬†compile ‘com.github.lib:0.3.2’ How can I do this? o to your¬†build.gradle¬†(Module:app) file : And update the dependencies :

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Gradle compiles provided jar files

Source –¬†discourse.nativescript.org The Zebra EMDK provides it’s own Android SDK, therefore I have to add an external lib to my plugin. I put the necessary jar file into the libs folder of my plugin (/libs/com.symbol.emdk.jar) and added the dependencies to my¬†include.gradle¬†file dependencies { provided files(‘libs/com.symbol.emdk.jar’) compile fileTree(exclude: [‘libs/com.symbol.emdk.jar’],include: [‘*.jar’], dir: ‘libs’) } On¬†tns run android¬†it seems that the jar file gets compiled. I see the following errors in the log file: :buildMetadata Skip com.symbol.emdk.simulscan.SimulScanConfig Error: java.lang.NullPointerException Skip com.symbol.emdk.simulscan.SimulScanManager Error: java.lang.NullPointerException

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