Material Design 2 Overview (Design Support Library 28) – Android Kotlin Tutorial

Material design has been with us since 2014. It is a time for a refresh! Design support library version 28 comes with new views like bottom app bar, chips, material button and a new material card. Let’s take a look at each of these new views by writing a simple android app in Kotlin. Bottom … Read moreMaterial Design 2 Overview (Design Support Library 28) – Android Kotlin Tutorial

Kotlin Anko Tutorial – Basics of Anko Layouts and More! – Android Library

If only Android API could be simpler. Like come on! 50 keystrokes to show a simple toast?! And the speed of the Android XML layout parsing to some actual meaningful views on the screen also takes a bit of time. Not every user of your app has the shiniest phone… Behold Anko. Anko is an … Read moreKotlin Anko Tutorial – Basics of Anko Layouts and More! – Android Library

Create a Complex RecyclerView Quickly with Groupie Library – Android Kotlin RecyclerView Tutorial

RecyclerView has become a standard element in any kind of Android app. It’s fast and efficient – at least for the user. For developers, however, it’s an entirely different story. You have to manage so many things – create adapters, keep track of multiple view types and span sizes (when you’re using a GridLayoutManager). Let’s … Read moreCreate a Complex RecyclerView Quickly with Groupie Library – Android Kotlin RecyclerView Tutorial

Have All the Material Icons – Android Library Overview in Kotlin (Code)

Material icons can surely be a nice touch for your Android app but there’s so many of them! Importing each and every icon individually can seem to be a nightmare. What if you could add them to your project all at once. Without bloating your app with unnecessary megabytes? Well, you can accomplish just that … Read moreHave All the Material Icons – Android Library Overview in Kotlin (Code)

Tap Target Prompt – Android Library Overview in Kotlin (Code)

Sometimes you need to let your users know what’s possible to do in your app. Being fully material design compliant, Material Tap Target Prompt library is the best way to go about this in your Android app.   This post contains all the code that’s been written in this YouTube video.    You can … Read moreTap Target Prompt – Android Library Overview in Kotlin (Code)