This week's blog post was requested by one of our readers, Jasmine.
Jasmine asked if I could write a guide on "processing JSON data for android applications using NodeJS and Express and Android Studio".
I haven't done anything using…
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So I recently upgraded to Windows 10 and also upgrade my OnePlus One to CyanogenMode 12 (Lollipop). Decided I would do a bit of Android development, so I've spent most of the weekend trying to locate some ADB drivers which work with my computer…
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Learn how to build a REST API: Build a Backend REST API with Python & Django - Advanced
You may have read/watched my previous tutorial How to use GitHub with Android Studio 1.x. This is a follow up tutorial which explains how to clone…
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In the comments of my article How to use GitHub with Android Studio 1.x, Cynthia gets the following error:
can't add remote
fatal: remote origin already exists.
during execution git remote add origin
Unfortunately, it seems…
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Previously, I wrote a post called How to use GitHub with Android Studio, which was based on the beta version of Android Studio. Since then, Android Studio has progressed past the Beta phase and is now officially the primary IDE for…
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This article provides a basic overview of how to use GitHub with Android Studio.
Firstly, let's login to github.com and create a new repository. From the top right corner of the screen, click the + sign and…
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Android Studio is currently in Beta phase. However given that it is most likely to supercede Eclipse as the next Android IDE, I thought it would be a good idea to start using it now to develop my apps.
Like many software engineers, I use…
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