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How to Get a Job After Graduating a Coding Bootcamp
So you’ve graduated from a coding bootcamp… now what? Learn the next steps you need to take to get a dev job after your bootcamp is done.
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App Shortcuts: Getting Started
Learn how to implement App Shortcuts in your Android app to make it more engaging for your users.
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Earn While You Learn: 5 Tech Jobs for New Coders
Still learning to code but need a job now? Here are five tech roles you can apply for today and build your dev skills while earning a living.
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Triggering Alarms Tutorial for Android: Getting Started
Learn how to set up alarms in your Android apps using the AlarmManager API, and find out about the exact and inexact alarm types as well as best practices.
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Programming in Kotlin: Collections & Lambdas
Learn how to create and work with collections of data using differenct collection types in Kotlin and explore lambdas, which is an integral part in many Kotlin codebases.
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Programming in Kotlin: Fundamentals
Learn the fundamental building blocks of Kotlin, through hands-on exercises and challenges! Explore the world of data types, comparison and logical operators, loops, control flow and functions and more.
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Kotlin Serialization
Learn what Kotlin Serialization library is and how to use it in your Android app. Also learn how it differs from other data serialization libraries like Moshi and Gson.
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Your First Kotlin Android App: Polishing the App
This course is the sequel to “Your First Kotlin Android App: An App from Scratch.” In this course, we’ll finish off programming Bull’s Eye to add some nice touches and features to make it look professional and polished.
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Your First Kotlin Android App: An App From Scratch
Updated for 2022! Get started with Android by building your own game using the Kotlin programming language. If you’re new to Android and development as a whole, then this course is for you.
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Surviving Configuration Changes in Android
Learn how to survive configuration changes by handling your activities or fragment recreation the right way using either ViewModels, persistent storage, or doing it manually!
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Advanced Data Binding in Android: Layout Expressions
Learn how to use layout expressions for data binding in Android and make your code more concise and less error-prone.
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Kotlin Sequences: Getting Started
In this Kotlin Sequences tutorial, you’ll learn what a sequence is, its operators and when you should consider using them instead of collections.
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Publish to the Google Play Store
Learn how to build a release version of your app and upload it to the Google Play Store for testing and final release to end users. Also learn how to create a new developer account, how to use the new Google Play Console and familiarize yourself with the recent Google Play policies.
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Getting Started With In-App Purchases
Learn how to get started with in-app purchases and implement this library inside your next project.
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Deep Links in Android
In this course, learn how to use deep links to redirect users to a specific destination inside your app. After you complete it, you’ll be able to create a feature that can be helpful in marketing or user engagement, and which moves user experience to whole other level.
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Kotlin and Spring Boot: Getting Started
Learn how to use Spring Boot to create a web application with the help of Spring Initializr, build a REST API and test it.
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Compose for Desktop: Get Your Weather!
Build a desktop weather app with Compose for Desktop! You’ll get user input, fetch network data and display it all with the Compose UI toolkit.
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Android Data Serialization Tutorial with the Kotlin Serialization Library
Learn how to use the Kotlin Serialization library in your Android app and how it differs from other data serialization libraries available out there.
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RenderEffect in Android 12
Learn how to use the new RenderEffect API in Android 12 to efficiently add custom styles to your views like blurs, saturation, offset, and more.
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Interfaces and Abstract Classes in Kotlin: Getting Started
Learn how to best use interfaces and abstract classes to create class hierarchies in your Kotlin Android apps.
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Jetpack Navigation: Getting Started
In this course, learn how to use the Navigation Architecture Component provided by Android Jetpack Library to simplify navigation in your app. It also helps you visualize your app’s navigation flow. You will also learn how to add Animations and Deep links to your navigation flow.
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SQLDelight in Android: Getting Started
In this course, we will introduce you to SQLDelight, a generator for typesafe Kotlin code based on SQL database statements, with built-in support for migrations, schema validation and IDE integrations. From initial installation all the way to customization, you’ll learn everything there is to know about this latest invention from Square.
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Creating Tiles for Wear OS
Learn how Wear OS Tiles are different from regular Android layouts, how to implement your own Tile and handle user interactions.
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Gradle Plugin Tutorial for Android: Getting Started
Learn how to create a Gradle plugin within your existing Android app, or as a standalone project that you can publish and use in any Android project.
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