Make Your First Android App with Kotlin (Android Kotlin Tutorial for Beginners) (Code)

Kotlin is a new official language for Android development. It’s certainly a step towards safer, readable and quicker to write code. Kotlin supports properties, you don’t have to call “findViewById()”, and it also tries to get rid of the dreaded null reference exception. Whether you are a complete beginner who is just starting out in … Read moreMake Your First Android App with Kotlin (Android Kotlin Tutorial for Beginners) (Code)

Dynamic Animation (Material Design) – Quick Tutorial (Xamarin Android) (Code)

Previously there were only time based animations and people were kind of happy. Then, however, came a big change – material design where everything is so natural, physics based and beautiful. Recreating physics with time based animations is not the best thing to do. Now there’s finally a support library which adds these beautiful material … Read moreDynamic Animation (Material Design) – Quick Tutorial (Xamarin Android) (Code)

Floating Action MENU – No 3rd Party Library – Quick Tutorial (Xamarin Android) (Code)

Floating action button aka FAB is a staple of apps using material design. What if you need the user to choose from multiple different actions? Well, you have to use a floating action menu which is basically a FAB which upon click displays multiple smaller FABs. There are two ways in which we can add … Read moreFloating Action MENU – No 3rd Party Library – Quick Tutorial (Xamarin Android) (Code)

Generics (Exercise) – Learn C#

Generics are an amazing feature of C# and many other languages. They enable us to write code once and use it with many different types. What does that mean? Well, let’s find out! This is an exercise for this YouTube video. Happy learning and good luck!   Assignment: Create a method which will reverse the order … Read moreGenerics (Exercise) – Learn C#

#11 Make an Air Hockey Game in Unity – DIFFICULTY SELECTOR (Code)

Playing air hockey is fun – until you loose again and again! Wouldn’t it be nice if we could have easy, medium and hard difficulty so that everyone will have the ability to choose how quick their opponent will be? In this tutorial you will learn how to add a difficulty system into your game … Read more#11 Make an Air Hockey Game in Unity – DIFFICULTY SELECTOR (Code)

SNACKBAR – Quick Tutorial (Xamarin Android) (Code)

Snackbar provides a non intrusive way to notify a user about something. It can also be used to initiate an action with a clickable button on the snackbar itself. Snackbar is a really useful and effective material design UI element.   This post contains all the code that’s been written in this YouTube video.   … Read moreSNACKBAR – Quick Tutorial (Xamarin Android) (Code)

#10 Make an Air Hockey Game in Unity – INTERFACES & CLEANUP (Code)

How can we group different classes (scripts) together based on their common functionality? Well, we can utilize interfaces. This will allow us to nicely reset the position of any game object! This post contains all the code that’s been written in this YouTube video. MenuManager.cs

  IResetable.cs

  PuckScript.cs

  AiScript.cs

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TOOLBAR – Quick Tutorial (Xamarin Android) (Code)

Toolbar is a significant part of any Android UI. A user expects it to be there and be useful. While we’re not gonna discuss how to make it useful, you’re at least going to learn how to make it a part of your app’s UI in this tutorial. You will learn how to create a … Read moreTOOLBAR – Quick Tutorial (Xamarin Android) (Code)

Interfaces (Exercise) – Learn C#

Interfaces are a very important part of object oriented programming. How can you assure that a class is exposing a certain method? Well, the methods exposed by a class are collectively called an interface. In C# you can use interfaces to literally simplify your life! This is an exercise for this YouTube video. Happy learning … Read moreInterfaces (Exercise) – Learn C#

Make a CALCULATOR App with Xamarin Android #2 (Code)

Learn how to code the logic of this simple calculator in C#. It’s easier than you think and it is certainly a lot of fun!   This post contains all the code that’s been written in this YouTube video.     You can also check out the GitHub repository: https://github.com/ResoCoder/Simple-Calculator—Xamarin-Android MainActivity.cs