In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing ARCore introduced by Google. We’ll be breezing through the basics of ARCore. After that, we’ll be developing an android application to get the distance of a node object from the camera. We have already covered a Hello World example in ARCore earlier. Now let’s get started! ARCore Basics Augmented […]
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In this tutorial, we’ll be integrating OpenCV in our Android Application. We have already discussed the basics of CameraX here. So today, we’ll see how to run OpenCV image processing on live camera feed. Android CameraX CameraX which comes with Android Jetpack is all about use cases. Basically, a camera can be built using three […]
In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing and implementing the MotionLayout in our android application. Android MotionLayout Android MotionLayout is introduced with Constraint Layout 2.0. The idea is to create interactive fluid motion like UI layouts with ease. Previously, we used to use the following things to animate components in our application. PropertyAnimation Animated Vector Drawable […]
Have you ever noticed how Uber and other few popular location-based applications have a different style of Google Maps? Some times it looks even better than the default Google Map Style. Today we’ll see how to implement Google map styles in our Android Application. Overview We have discussed and implemented Google Maps in quite a […]
In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing at length upon Android CameraX API. CameraX was one of the popular releases in Google IO 2019. Let’s see what it has in store for us. What is Android CameraX? Developing Camera Apps has always been hard. Getting a hold of the Camera APIs was never easy. Hence, CameraX […]
In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing JNI and develop a basic Android Application using NDK tools. A background in c/c++ would be useful, though not a prerequisite. Android NDK is a companion tool of Android SDK that allows us to use native code C/C++ in our development. To use NDK tools, ensure that the following […]
Today, we’ll be discussing Android Wear with a basic hello world application using Android Studio and a Wear OS Emulator. Android Wear App Types Android Wear Apps can be of two types: Standalone App Companion App – this has an equivalent phone app which can communicate with the wear app. Let’s start by creating a […]
In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing and implementing Gestures in our Android Application. Gestures can be a little tricky at first. But once mastered, they are really handy. Android Gesture Detectors The Gesture Detector class is used to detect touch events from the user. The GestureListener supplies the MotionEvent performed by the user. You can […]
Android Studio 3.4 is now available in stable channel. You can download it from here. In this quick post, we’ll go through the new feature that came out. Android Studio 3.4 Features New Project Wizard UI is always enhanced with every new Android Studio update. Here’s a look at the one from 3.4: 1. Resource […]
Android Studio has a lot of shortcuts to offer. Today, we will be sharing some useful shortcuts which can enhance and boost your productivity. We will be sharing commands for both the Mac and Windows environment. Ready. Get. Set. Go! Lookup any Action Mac – Cmd + Shift + A Windows – Control + Shift […]