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New Online Android Course for Beginners You’ll make an Escape Game App from Scratch. The App Idea Escape Games are in the Genre of Adventure Games. The goal of the game is to leave the starting point. The starting point is often a room with a locked door and a couple of items. Some of the items contain hidden information […] Read more
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Connecting Android with Cloud Service Ubidots

Let’s face it, an old Android phone is hard to sale. So, let’s make something useful from it. Let’s make a Bike Tracking System from an “old Android Phone” (Android 4 or higher). Even older phones, 3-4 years old, normally have GPS and are by default connected to the Internet via SIM card. This will […] Read more
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Our New Game App for Android

Car Parking Mission – Impossible Parking – The first 10 who reach the 10th level get the full Source Code. Send a message with the Screenshot to greendogs[at]goprogramming.space GOOD LUCK! Read more
Category: Games, Templates
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The Game Engine LIME in Android Studio

LIME is a Game Engine for JavaScript. Many games made for Android and other mobile devices are made in JavaScript. Here is an example how the JavaScript Code that uses LIME can be integrated into an Android Project to use it in Android Studio for further development of the Android part.     Make your […] Read more
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Android as Remote Control for IoT

Android as a Remote Control for intelligent, embedded Internet of Thinks: Security & Infotainment System for Bicycles is an example for the role of Android in IoT. It’s time to think bigger than “0nly” hacking an App for the Google Play Store. Check out the project and if you’re brave enough – get involved 🙂 Read more
Category: HTML5
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Do you need to have an iPhone App?

Do you need to have an iPhone App? Long story short: Yes. And here is why: Your competition is doing it. This means if You don’t do it, you have a much less chance that your App will be recognized. Something I learned from my App statistics from the Google Developer console and Apple App […] Read more
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Adding Ads to Android App

Adding Google’s Admob Ads to Android Studio App If you’ve never been used Admob for advertising an App, you properly need to go first to Google’s Admob Website and sign up for an Admob account: https://apps.admob.com/ Creating the Ad on Admob After logging into Admob click on If your App is brand new, you need […] Read more
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Connecting Android Studio Project with BitBucket

Android Studio can out-of-the-box work with GitHub but not with BitBucket. There are a lot of tutorials on the Internet which describe a way to work with a BitBucket Repository and an Android Studio Project mostly by using the inbuilt Terminal Window from Android Studio. This Tutorial is not about using the Terminal Window. All […] Read more
Category: BitBucket, Git, Plugin, VCS
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Customizing the Hello World App part 3

Adding a Google Map Template to the project This tutorial build on the 3 previous tutorials Your very first app with Android Studio – starting from scratch Customizing the Hello World App part 1 Customizing the Hello World App part 2   To continue from here, you could either have followed the above tutorials or […] Read more
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Customizing the Hello World App part 2

This tutorial build on the 2 previous tutorials Your very first app with Android Studio – starting from scratch Customizing the Hello World App part 1   To continue from here, you could either have followed the above tutorials or download the .zip file from here: This is part 2 of the customization. In this […] Read more