I’m into Kotlin, because it’s a new (quite new) programming language, that solves all the Java problems, especially on Android. You can simply use Lambda expressions and much more on any API version. I also used Kotlin in production in my open sourced newsreader app NewsCatchr. Here I’ll share some of the sources, that helped me getting some knowledge in Kotlin: The documentation The documentation is a really helpful source.
Libraries are a bunch of code that simplifies developing of certain features and prevent you from reinventing the wheel. Because most Android libraries are open source it’s also possible to fork and modify them. But you should take care about the specific licenses. I’ll present you some more popular, but also some not so popular libraries. But all of them are usable for many different purposes. 1. Material Dialogs A beautiful, fluid, and customizable dialogs API.
Here I’ll post things for developers. Useful tips I have for newbies or solutions for special problems, you know what I mean. I am visiting hundreds of websites each day, to get tips and tricks for the problems I have, and I want to thank all the other blogging developers out there with my own blog. I hope I can help. But now something about myself: I, student in final school year, have deep knowledge in Android, Java, Kotlin (especially on Android), Databases (SQL) and basic knowledge about PHP, HTML, CSS, C# and more.
In this post I’ll describe you how you can run a fully customizable and fast website with an custom domain completely free! GitHub Pages GitHub Pages is the hosting service we’ll use for the website. GitHub Pages is a part of GitHub where you can host websites for free. How you can setup a GitHub Page read here. You can also use an custom domain, but later more… Jekyll Jekyll is the blogging system we’ll use to setup the page (or blog).