Create Simple Dice Game – Part 1: Choose option – Android Studio Tutorial

Part 1: Choose option

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A Look at Some Strange Dice – Part 2

Part 1 –
A look at 3,4,13,15,16,22,24,48,120 sided dice (and Fudge dice)
Some Relevant Links
The Dice Shop Online –,
Impact! Miniatures –
Magic (Shapeways Shop) –
The Dice Lab –
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Channel: Dragon Co.
Published: 2017-06-10 04:31:48
Duration: 14M57S
Views: 8469
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Android Tic Tac Toe Multiplayer with Firebase

Channel: My Hexaville
Published: 2017-05-15 06:26:32
Duration: 8M31S
Views: 5064
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Ultra Pro Gravity Dice Unboxing and Review

Ultra Pro Gravity Dice Unboxing and Review

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Channel: White Glove Reviews
Published: 2017-06-08 06:43:24
Duration: 7M26S
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Create a Roll Dice game with a Shake Effect on Android

Learn to create a Roll Dice game with Android Studio. This tutorial is a good way to discover how to generate random values on Android and how to load drawable resources dynamically in the Java code.

In this version 2, we have added a shake animation for the dice. So, the effect will be more realistic and you will learn how to create this kind of animations in your Android projects.

You can find the complete source code of this tutorial on the SSaurel’s Blog :

Channel: Sylvain Saurel
Published: 2017-06-07 20:57:53
Duration: 12M29S
Views: 2135
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Visual Studio Android App Tutorial

Learn how to make Android apps in Visual Studio.
You have everything you need to make any mobile app, for free!
00:17 Download Visual Studio Community 2017
00:36 Start installing Visual Studio
01:15 Choosing a Mobile Apps development Workload
03:57 Running VS2017 the first time
04:53 Creating a new JavaScript project
05:47 Simulating the App in Google Chrome
06:57 Deploying to a real Android Device
08:40 Activating native device Plugins
09:17 The Apache Cordova documentation
10:36 Setting up jQuery Mobile via NuGet Package Manager
11:52 Moving jQuery & jQuery Mobile libraries to the right folders
12:23 Writing HTML5 code to create a mobile interface
13:44 Connecting the libraries to the project
15:22 Visual Studio Android app
15:39 Subscribe!
Channel: PmD Interactive
Published: 2017-06-18 08:08:55
Duration: 16M
Views: 32960
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