Latest Posts From Anupam Chugh

Java Custom Exception – User Defined Exceptions

Custom Exceptions or User-Defined Exceptions are very common in Java applications. We can easily create custom exception classes for different use cases. What are the different types of Exceptions? In Java, there are two categories….

Android Motion Layout

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….

Android Google Map Styles Like Uber

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….

Xcode 11 Features

WWDC 2019 is over and we can’t wait to discuss what’s in store for the developers. Today, we’ll be discussing the new features available in Xcode 11. Xcode 11 includes the support for Swift 5.1…..

Android CameraX Overview

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….

Android JNI Application With NDK

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….

Android Wear Hello World

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….

Android Gesture Detectors

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….

Type Casting in Java

In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing typecasting and its various forms in Java. Let’s get started. Type Casting in Java In simple terms, type casting means converting the type of a primitive/reference variable. We’ll be….

Swift Pattern Matching – if case, for case, switch case

In this tutorial, we’ll look into Pattern Matching in Swift. Pattern matching is seen in switch statements. Swift Pattern Matching The easy to use switch syntax of Swift can be extended to for and if….

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