Kotlin android development tutorial – Creating Toolbar for navigation

In this Kotlin android development tutorial we will be creating a ToolBar for our EditView. And adding that ToolBar to the main layout file.
We will also be adding javascript support to the WebView. And retain all the browser traffic in the same webview.

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In this tutorial we will cover:
– Adding the design library to support the toolbar theme
– Creating a ToolBar in a new layout file
– Adding action send icon to the EditText
– Including the toolbar layout in the main layout file
– Disabling the default ToolBar in the styles xml file
– Adding an action listener to the EditText
– Enabling javascript in the webview
– Retaining all the website links in the webview

Kotlin API’s covered:
– WebView.settings.javaScriptEnabled
– WebView.webViewClient
– EditText.setOnEditorActionListener

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Getting Started with Kotlin

We have never added a new programming language to Android… until now! With Android Studio 3.0 we are officially supporting Kotlin for creating Android apps. Learn how to start a new project with the Kotlin language enabled or how to convert your existing classes using the Convert Java file to Kotlin refactoring.

For more information about the language syntax and idioms, refer to our blog post: https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2017/05/android-announces-support-for-kotlin.html

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Channel: Android Developers
Published: 2017-05-18 17:06:36
Duration: 1M40S
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10 reasons to try Kotlin for Android development

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Kotlin development is now supported by Android Studio by default, but why should you care? Here are 10 good reasons to give Kotlin a try!

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Published: 2017-06-22 13:28:57
Duration: 5M32S
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Kotlin: The Future Of Android Development?

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Kotlin: The Future Of Android Development?

Have you ever heard of Kotlin? Kotling has been picked as the official programming language for Android development.

“We believe this is a great step for Kotlin, and fantastic news for Android developers as well as the rest of our community. We’re thrilled with the opportunities this opens up.

For Android developers, Kotlin support is a chance to use a modern and powerful language, helping solve common headaches such as runtime exceptions and source code verbosity. Kotlin is easy to get started with and can be gradually introduced into existing projects, which means that your existing skills and technology investments are preserved.

Starting now, Android Studio 3.0 ships with Kotlin out of the box, meaning Android developers no longer need to install any extras or worry about compatibility. It also means that moving forward, you can rest assured that both JetBrains and Google will be supporting Android development in Kotlin.

In case you are concerned about other platforms that Kotlin supports (Kotlin/JVM for server and desktop, Kotlin/JS and Kotlin/Native), please be sure that they are as important for us as ever. Our vision here is to make Kotlin a uniform tool for end-to-end development of various applications bridging multiple platforms with the same language. This includes full-stack web applications, Android and iOS clients, embedded/IoT and much more.

Programming languages are just like human ones: the more people speak a language, the better. First-class support on Android will likely bring more users to Kotlin, and we expect the community to grow significantly. This means more libraries and tools developed in/for Kotlin, more experience shared, more Kotlin job offerings, more learning materials published, and so on. We are excited to see the Kotlin ecosystem flourish!

We will be partnering with Google to create a non-profit foundation for Kotlin. Language development will continue to be sponsored by JetBrains, and the Kotlin team (over 40 people and second largest team at the company) will operate as usual. Andrey Breslav remains the Lead Language Designer, and Kotlin will be developed under the same principles as before. We’ll keep our design processes open because your feedback is critical for us in moving Kotlin in the right direction.

If you’re at Google I/O, make sure you stop by one of the Kotlin talks on the schedule. And of course, don’t forget to register for KotlinConf in San Francisco in November. It will be an amazing event!”
(Source: https://blog.jetbrains.com/kotlin/2017/05/kotlin-on-android-now-official/)

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Published: 2017-07-19 20:37:10
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Android studio 3 – Create hello world App in Kotlin


In this video, you will get the first look at Android Studio 3. Also, I will walk you with steps to configure android studio properly for Kotlin App development.
We will create a simple hello world app. When you will tap on a button it will say hello world in a toast.

Simple but effective way to setup kotlin in android studio 3 for kotlin

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Published: 2017-05-22 12:58:35
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9- Android Kotlin: Twitter App|| Show AdMob Ads between feeds

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