Kotlin is a functional language, and that means functions are front and center. The language is packed with features to make coding functions easy and expressive. In this post, you’ll learn about extension functions, higher-order functions, closures, and inline functions in Kotlin.
If you are a mobile app developer or interested in getting into designing apps and you haven’t heard of ThemeKeeper Elements,this post is for you.
In this three-part series we’ve been exploring Android instant apps, a new feature that provides an entirely new way of reaching users who don’t currently have your app installed on their device. It works by making your app discoverable and accessible from any location that supports URLs, including emails, Google search results, posts on social media platforms, YouTube comments, and forums.
Android instant apps are a powerful new way of getting your app in front of as many users as possible.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about how to integrate AdMob so you can make money from that awesome Android app you wrote—come on, who doesn’t want that? AdMob is among the biggest mobile advertising platforms in the market, and it is owned by Google.
Every time you release an Android app, you’ll have at least a rough idea of what you want this app to achieve.