Develop simple Repeat game in Android Studio

Video shows you how to make simple Repeat game for Android. The game is good for kids and if you add more buttons it may become challenging for all ages.

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Develop simple Quiz in Android Studio

Video shows you how to make simple Quiz game for Android. You can just fill the app with more questions, change the design a little bit and you are ready!

Develop Flag Quiz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbkBB3jga_g
Develop True False Quiz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kdzyGXziSA

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Channel: Tihomir RAdeff
Published: 2017-03-01 08:47:15
Duration: 24M1S
Views: 41918
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Using Material File Picker library in Android Studio

Video shows you how to pick file from storage and display it’s path in your Android app using Material File Picker library.

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Channel: Tihomir RAdeff
Published: 2017-12-14 11:24:59
Duration: 9M32S
Views: 59
Likes: 6
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Develop Roulette game in Android Studio

Video shows you how to make simple Roulette game for Android.

It may be a little hard to understand the part where I set the ranges of the numbers but I’ll try to explain. The roulette has 37 sectors. The whole circle is 360 degrees. That makes 360 / 37 = 9.72 degrees each of the sectors. The first sector (number 32 red) starts from half the previous sector (number 0) and is 9.72 degrees. That means it starts from 9.72 / 2 = 4.86 and ends in 4.86 + 9.72 = 14.58 degrees. In other hand 14.58 equals 3 times 4.86. So i pick half the sector 4.86 as a FACTOR. Based on this factor we calculate all the sectors. The first one as we said is from FACTOR to FACTOR * 3. Second sector (number 15 black) is from FACTOR * 3 to FACTOR * 5. And this continues for all of the sectors. Only the sector 0 is a little bit different. It starts from 360 degrees minus FACTOR and ends with 0 degrees + FACTOR. You can see all the sectors in the video.

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Channel: Tihomir RAdeff
Published: 2017-06-29 18:45:39
Duration: 18M36S
Views: 12313
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Develop simple Live Wallpaper in Android Studio

Video shows you how to convert your GIF animation into beautiful Live Wallpaper for your Android device.
Channel: Tihomir RAdeff
Published: 2016-12-23 17:05:55
Duration: 15M53S
Views: 14871
Likes: 98
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What’s New in Android Studio 3.0

Read more in the release notes here: https://goo.gl/7yo9SM

Android Studio 3.0 brings a ton of new features and improvements, including Kotlin support, Android O APIs, Java 8 language features support, external APK debugging, Instant Apps modules and refactoring, an integrated Android Profiler and more.

Migrating to Android Gradle Plugin 3.0.0: https://goo.gl/y3JEet
Android Studio 3.0: Android Profiler: https://goo.gl/xZXP9q
Android Studio 3.0: Java 8 Language Features Support: https://goo.gl/rTZfCi

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Channel: Android Developers
Published: 2017-10-11 17:08:49
Duration: 5M45S
Views: 76765
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