Building Your First App – Part 2 – Getting Started with Android Development

In part 2 we finish the app by setting up the UI using ConstraintLayout. I also introduce Intents and show how to launch additional activities.

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Building Your First App – Part 1 – Getting Started with Android Development

In part 1 I show you how to setup your development environment with Android Studio as well as enabling your mobile device for USB debugging. I also show how to create an emulator for development.

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Introduction – Getting Started with Android Development

Here I introduce a new series for beginning Android development using Java and Android Studio. Follow along as I walk through a number of training tutorials provided by Google at developer.android.com/training

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Tutorials by iBrent – free mobile courses

I wanted to take a minute and share with you some of my plans for my YouTube channel -> https://youtube.com/iBrent

Recently I’ve completed a free course called Intro to App Development with Swift. This is based on Apple’s “Everyone Can Code” initiative. I plan to produce more videos showing additional programming techniques for iOS development, as well as complete projects that people can purchase to help them in their own app development process.

In addition to Swift, I’ll be producing a series of free videos and paid projects for Android development. These will start with the basics, based on the “Getting Started” section in developer.android.com/training/

And don’t forget Kotlin. The latest programming language that Google announced this year is fully supported in Android Studio 3. I’ll be producing additional videos that expand on the intro to Android courses and show how to program using Kotlin.

Be sure to follow me on Twitter for more updates: https://twitter.com/iBrent

21 – Conclusion to Intro to App Development with Swift

Congratulations, you’ve completed the course! Here I recap lesson 21 – What’s Next in this tutorial series based on Everyone Can Code by Apple.

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20 Final Project – MemeMaker – Intro to App Development with Swift

Here I walk through the MemeMaker app from lesson 20 Final Project, in this tutorial series based on Everyone Can Code by Apple.

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20 Final Project – RPS Part 2 – Intro to App Development with Swift

Here I walk through the second half of 20 Final Project – Rock, Paper, Scissors app in this tutorial series based on Everyone Can Code by Apple.

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20 Final Project – RPS Part 1 – Intro to App Development with Swift

Here I walk through the first part of 20 Final Project – Rock, Paper, Scissors app in this tutorial series based on Everyone Can Code by Apple.

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19 Enums and Switch, Part 2 exercises – Intro to App Development with Swift

Follow along as I review the exercises from 19_EnumsAndSwitch.playground in this tutorial series based on Everyone Can Code by Apple.

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