In this video tutorial I show you using the Kotlin language, how you can get a user’s permision for location in Android Studio 3. We then take that permission request and if it’s granted display the user their own location using the Google Maps API in Android Studio 3.
To view my previous video which shows you how to create the blank google map, and how to get your Google Maps API key than watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h75_RdT7KB4&t=
Using Geolocator to Communicate with the GPS and Build a Map in Dart’s Flutter Framework
In this tutorial, we look at the geolocator plugin and we talk about how we can use it to build a google map with the static maps api.
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Channel: Tensor Programming
Published: 2018-04-14 03:19:22
Adding images / pictures into a Shotcut video editor project – EASY method
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This video covers the easy method to add images into your Shotcut video editing project.
Channel: The Coding Den
Published: 2018-06-09 09:13:59
One Little Finger | Cartoon Animation Nursery Rhymes & Songs for Children | Dave and Ava
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One Little Finger Nursery Rhymes Collection – let’s learn the names of parts of the body together!
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Channel: Dave and Ava – Nursery Rhymes and Baby Songs
Published: 2016-07-15 06:48:43
Let’s Build a Room Database App | Room, ViewModel, LiveData, Dagger 2, MVVM Architecture
Please Note: This is meant to be an Intermediate Tutorial, which follows my Beginner Let’s build a RecyclerView App Tutorial. All of the stuff we copy/paste, and how to build Material Design Layouts, is in that tutorial:
Welcome to my Tutorial on Android Architecture Components, including Room Persistence Library, ViewModel, and LiveData. In this tutorial I’ve done my best to emply the following concepts in the creation of a simple Note-Taking Application:
– Repository to Abstract Room’s API
The Code in this tutorial is based off of my 2017 RecyclerView App Tutorial. If you are a Beginner, or you are curious about building the View itself, you’ll want to get through that tutorial first. This is an intermediate tutorial, and I don’t stop to explain the basics of Software Architecture or the Android Platform here so much.
Starting Point, based on RecyclerView Tutorial’s UI:
Android Architecture Components Samples (Please check these out, I mostly learned Room from them!)
Martin Fowler on MVVM (a.k.a. Presentation Model a.k.a. Application Model); gives some history and insight on the pattern:
3:00 Starting point for Source Code
3:50 Gradle and Res (Mostly copy Paste from the finished Repo here)
9:42 Project/Package Structure
12:05 Project Architecture Overview: Model-View-ViewModel
19:40 Room Entities
22:20 Room Data Access Object (DAO)
33:40 Room Database
37:28 LiveData (Android Architecture Components)
43:27 ListItemRepository (Repository to Abstract Room from ViewModels)
49:52 Activities and Views (This is mostly Copy and Paste, check old tutorial for help with building Layouts)
57:37 A simple Dagger 2 Set Up
1:07:28 ViewModel (Android Architecture Components)
1:17:33 ViewModelProvider.Factory (How to pass arguments to ViewModel Constructor)
1:24:00 Wiring up Views, ViewModels, and Observing the Data
1:34:45 Debugging and Demo
1:39:18 Working Demo!!!
1:41:00 Outro, Thanks, and Future Plans
Published: 2017-08-30 16:08:10
From Spring Boot 1 in Java to Spring Boot 2 in Kotlin by Mark Heckler, Sébastien Deleuze
Mark and Sebastien will lead a live coding deep dive to show you how to transform a Spring Boot 1 web application written in Java to a Spring Boot 2 application written in Kotlin. This deep dive session will introduce you to various Kotlin features (null safety, data classes, DSLs, extensions, etc.) and explain how you can leverage Spring Framework 5.0 and Spring Data Kay dedicated Kotlin support. Both Spring MVC and Spring WebFlux will be covered. No prior knowledge of Kotlin is required.
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Published: 2017-11-07 22:16:11