Android Kotlin: ListView Custom XML Views for Rows (Ep 2)

Knowing how to use the XML Editor for rendering out rows in your lists is very useful for Android Development. Today we look at how to utilize this tool, along with LayoutInflater to get our custom rows. We also utilize the position variable to determine what type of element goes into each row. Enjoy.

ListView Intro Episode 1: https://youtu.be/EwwdQt3_fFU

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Android Kotlin: Essentials to Creating a ListView (Ep 1)

Creating a ListView is essential for great User Experiences on Android applications. Today we explore the necessary bits and pieces to setup one. More specifically, we need to create our own custom Adapter that provides our ListView with data. Enjoy.

Android Studio Introduction: https://youtu.be/PRYPafLAYps

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Published: 2017-08-31 21:15:20
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Android Kotlin: Introduction to Android Studio and FizzBuzz

Android development is a lot of fun in my opinion. The Android Studio IDE along with the Kotlin language make it a very enjoyable experience. In today’s video, let’s go over some of the basics of the Android Studio Editor along with some simple Kotlin language syntax by implementing the FizzBuzz algorithm using a for loop. Enjoy.

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Published: 2017-08-25 18:52:08
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How Do You Write Closures in Swift?

Closures are used everywhere in Swift and the UIKit APIs that we have access to. Today we’ll go through a simple exercise of how to write and apply closures by going through a simple algorithm exercise. This lesson covers how to write filtering functions using closures to make our programs more robust. Have fun.

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Published: 2017-08-29 04:07:59
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Android Constraint Layout: How to Use the UI Design Builder

Using the UI Design Builder is a fun exercise in getting your views into the screen. The drag and drop tool is quite easy to use and I’ll sometimes use this to get my app going before I dive into the XML. Here’s a quick video on how to put together these views to make your application look exactly like your design specs. Enjoy.

Introduction to Android Kotlin https://youtu.be/PRYPafLAYps

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Published: 2017-08-25 22:33:00
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How I Learn New Skills for the Job – Udemy, Udacity, College, Google?

Today we answer a question on how helpful Udemy, Udacity, or formal education from colleges are when it comes to learning new skills required for contracting work or full time jobs. I’ve learned almost 99% of everything I need from google, stackoverflow, and blog posts. I also discuss why its important to learn looking at code full time.

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Published: 2017-07-04 22:49:11
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