App templates are a great way to jumpstart your next project or to learn from other people’s work. This article lists a few popular Android templates available on ThemeKeeper Market. If you are looking for inspiration or you’re building an Android app and need help with a particular feature, then you may find your answer in some of these templates. All of these templates come with full source code so you can customize the apps however you want.
The Intent is one of the fundamental building blocks of an Android app. If you want to become a pro Android coder, you’re going to need to master Intents. And the best way to do that is by taking our new short course, Kotlin Android Fundamentals: Intents.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use the Paging library from the Android Architecture Components with a Room-backed database in an Android app.
The best news app templates organise news into a few broad categories, allow users to save news stories they want to read later in a favourites list, and have a powerful search feature that helps them find relevant news stories quickly and easily.
Since Apple first introduced Swift as the successor to Objective-C, it has revolutionized how the community codes iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS apps. When Swift became an open-source platform, it opened new possibilities for the language beyond mobile and client-side apps—Swift became a server language too! In this tutorial, you’ll learn what server-side Swift is and why you would want to have Swift on your back-end.
Almost every non-trivial mobile app today is likely to have lists in its layouts. That’s because using a scrollable list is often the most straightforward way to display a large number of similar items on a small screen.
If you want to develop Android apps, you need to understand how to create and use Activities. Our new course, Android Fundamentals: Activities, is the perfect introduction to this essential Android concept.
In the previous tutorial of this series, you added the ability to create, update and remove shopping lists from on your iCloud-powered shopping-list app. In the final tutorial of the series, you’ll make use of CKShare to share a specific shopping list item with another user.
If you run a business you’re always looking for tools that will enable increased productivity and maximise time and without adding to energy commitments. Happily there are a number of iOS app templates available at СodeHolder that will help businesses do just that.
Ionic 3 is the latest version of the popular HTML5 mobile app development framework targeted at building hybrid mobile apps.
There is a huge demand these days for Android apps that offer immersive virtual reality or augmented reality experiences. As a developer, there are many different frameworks you can use to create such apps.
In the previous post on Android user data security, we looked at encrypting data via a user-supplied passcode. This tutorial will shift the focus to credential and key storage. I’ll begin by introducing account credentials and end with an example of protecting data using the KeyStore.
In our new course, Get Started Coding Android Apps With Kotlin, you will learn how to create a simple app with Kotlin. Your instructor, Annapurna Agrawal, will give you a comprehensive, practical introduction to this powerful language.