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Develop a Chuck Norris Facts Android App with Kotlin

Chuck Norris Facts is an Internet phenomenon with joke “facts” about martial artist and actor Chuck Norris. The “facts” are jokes about Norris’ toughness, attitude, virility, “alpha-male status”, and masculinity. In that tutorial, you are going to build your own Chuck Norris Facts Android Application with Kotlin. Android Studio is the IDE used in this tutorial. It is a good…
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Create a Bitcoin Watcher Android App with Kotlin

We continue our learning of Kotlin to develop Android applications. Today we will see how to make HTTP requests with Kotlin. For this, we will develop an application to know the price of Bitcoin in real time. Note that you can discover this tutorial in video on YouTube :   Adding dependencies To make HTTP requests in our application, we will…
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Create a Step Counter Fitness App for Android with Kotlin

Android smartphones and tablets have a lot of sensors letting developers to create great applications answering to various use cases. In that tutorial, you are going to discover how to create a Step Counter Fitness Application for Android with Kotlin. A good way to discover how to make a simple application in Kotlin on Android Studio. You can also discover…
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Create your first Android App with Kotlin

Kotlin is an official language to make Android Application since Google I/O 2017. Kotlin is a fun, expressive and modern language which can be considered as the language of the future to create Android Applications compared to Java. In this tutorial, you are going to create your first Android Application with Kotlin : a simple counter with plus and minus…
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Google is thinking to add Swift support on Android ? Don’t forget Kotlin !

Since Swift has been open sourced, it has received a lot of interests from individual developers or giant brands like Google, Facebook or Uber. Now, some sources reported that Google is considering making Swift a « first class » language for Android. Currently, Google’s Android operating system supports Java as its « first class » language but because of litigations with Oracle, Google could…
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