Sunday, March 29, 2020

How to create non-game apps in Unity

Unity is a game engine and integrated development environment used by millions of developers to bring games to Android, iOS, Windows, consoles, and many more platforms. It is currently the...

Android data recovery: How to retrieve lost files

Everyone knows the pain of accidentally deleting a file that they didn’t mean to. It’s a heart sinking moment when you realize what you’ve done! Maybe it was a photo...

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook has stylus, 4K display

In late 2019, Samsung launched a Windows laptop called the Samsung Galaxy Book Ion. The ultrathin, high-end laptop comes with an S Pen and a pretty navy blue colorway. Now,...

How to make Android apps with no experience: What are your options?

So, you have an idea for an Android app? I imagine you’re excited to get started! Thanks to the Play Store, it couldn’t be easier to reach a gigantic audience...

An introduction to Jetpack Compose for quick Android UI designs

At Android Dev Summit 2019, Google announced that Jetpack Compose  would be making its way into the Canary release of Android Studio 4.0.Jetpack Compose could change the way we design...

Everything you need to know when rooting your Android device

One of the best things about Android is just how customizable and flexible it is. Android lets you use it the way you want to use it, whether that means...

Kotlin vs Java – what’s the difference between the two?

Java may still be the first programming language that springs to mind when you think about Android, but you don’t have to use Java for Android development. In fact, Kotlin...

Android gesture tutorial for developers (Android 10)

Out-of-the-box, Android’s standard UI components support a range of Android gestures, but occasionally your app may need to support more than just onClick!In this Android gesture tutorial, we’ll be covering...

Arm partners with Unity to improve gaming performance on mobile

At Arm TechCon 2019, Arm announced a partnership with Unity to ensure game developers can take full advantage of the hardware they’re targeting. The bottom line for users? Greater performance...

Arm processors will soon become faster than ever thanks to custom instructions

Arm just dropped a big announcement at Arm TechCon: Support for custom instructions is headed to its Armv8-M CPUs and possibly more Arm product ranges in the near future. Arm...
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