This video shows how I put the finishing touches on my Change Calculator Android app (which will be on Google Play for download soon!). Example of using string.xml, style.xml and color.xml files in an Android app. Websites from the video: https://www.materialpalette.com/ https://stackoverflow.com/ Link to Change Calculator code: https://github.com/bluepandadev/ChangeCalculator Edit: link to the app on Google Play - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amandfarrell.www.changecalculator&hl=en
Scorekeeper for Android is done with beta testing and available on Google Play! Check it out: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amandafarrell.www.scorekeeper&hl=en#details-reviews The code is also on GitHub: https://github.com/bluepandadev/Scorekeeper
Updated my scorekeeper app to include blue quick change buttons. Check it out. Code changes on GitHub: https://github.com/bluepandadev For Android on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amandafarrell.www.scorekeeper&hl=en
Admiral Grace Hopper joined the Navy in her 30s and became one of the pioneers of computing. In the early 1950s, a time when people thought computers could only do arithmetic, she built a compiler (a program that can turn the code humans write into something the machine can understand). By the 1960s she had written the language COBOL. This is a video of her giving a nano stick to David Letterman. A nano stick was a piece of wire that represented the distance light could travel in a nanosecond. Seems like she was pretty cool. It's a fun interview.
This is a quick tour of how the SQLite database in my simple scorekeeper app is set up. Here's a link to my scorekeeper app code on GitHub if you want to follow along: https://github.com/bluepandadev/Scorekeeper If you want more information on Data Storage and Android, check out this class at Udacity: https://www.udacity.com/course/android-basics-data-storage--ud845 The scorekeeper app is on the play store (in beta still right now): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amandafarrell.www.scorekeeper&hl=en A link to the screen recording software I used: https://obsproject.com/
This is a 3-minutes video about how to make a simple counter app in Android Studio. I recommend using your own Android phone if you want to try it out, though you can also use the emulators that come with Android Studio if you don't mind waiting patiently while they load.