Build an augmented reality Android app with Google ARCore

Augmented Reality (AR) is a huge buzzword, and a topic that’s really captured the imagination of mobile app developers. In AR applications, a live view of the physical, real world environment is augmented by virtual content, providing a more immersive user experience. Pokemon Go may be the first thing that springs to mind when you think about AR mobile apps, but there’s plenty of mobile applications that harness the power of AR technology. For…

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“Exploring Android” Version 0.5 Released

Subscribers now have access to an update to Exploring Android, known as Version 0.5, in PDF, EPUB, and MOBI/Kindle formats, in addition to the online reader. Just log into your Warescription page and download away, or set up an account and subscribe! This update adds seven more tutorials, covering things like RecyclerView and the Navigation component. It also updates the tutorials for Android Studio 3.3.2, though outside of the Android Gradle Plugin version, there…

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Why Choose The NineHertz for the Fantansy Cricket App Development?

Fantasy sports app is highly successful among people because it provides fun and excitement besides the opportunity to be part of their favorite sports, virtually. The app caters to a variety of sports such as football, Kabaddi basketball, volleyball, etc.A few years back during the time of cricket match, fans used to be thrilled and excited with every fall of a wicket, a catch or a boundary scored and other such sequences. But with…

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Can Snap make an Audience Network work?

Snap, the company that publishes the Snapchat app, held a partner summit last Thursday at which it unveiled a number of fairly substantial new product and content features. The announcements included a lineup of eight new original content series, a new AR implementation called Landmarkers, an in-app games platform, a tool for bringing Snapchat-style stories to 3rd-party apps called Story Kit, and the Snapchat Audience Network, an ad network that will allow Snap advertisers…

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Google Pixel 4 appears in Android Open Source Project comments – gizmochina

Google Pixel 4 appears in Android Open Source Project comments  gizmochinaAndroid developer news for March: Android Q, new icon rules, and more  Android AuthorityGoogle releases Android Q Beta 2 GSIs for Project Treble devices, user beware  9to5GooglePixel Themes is a new app to customize Android Q on the Google Pixel  XDA DevelopersView full coverage on Google News Google Pixel 4 appears in Android Open Source Project comments - gizmochina Posted first on " "android developer" - Google News…

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158: Interview w/ Matt Runo

Your browser does not support theaudio element. Download Sponsors sentry.io – Your code is broken. Let’s fix it together – https://sentry.io/for/android/ Contact Discord chat or @fragmentedcast or our Youtube channel @donnfelker and donnfelker (on Instagram) @kaushikgopal and kaushikgopal (on Instagram) 158: Interview w/ Matt Runo Posted first on " Fragmented " Author: Donn Felker

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Android Weekly #356 🤖💡

Android Weekly #356 🤖💡   View in browser   #356 April 7, 2019       Articles & Tutorials    Adding Tools Attributes to your Toolbox (www.bignerdranch.com) According to Eric Maxwell, Android Tools Attributes are a critical element of any well designed app that uses Data Binding, a RecyclerView or top level navigation, such as a Navigation Drawer or Bottom Navigation View.   Android Q to the Res-Q! (proandroiddev.com) Wojciech Dziemianczyk dives into the new…

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Recognize text, faces and landmarks: Adding Machine Learning to your Android apps

Machine learning (ML) can help you create innovative, compelling and unique experiences for your mobile users. Once you’ve mastered ML, you can use it to create a wide range of applications, including apps that automatically organize photos based on their subject matter, identify and track a person’s face across a livestream, extract text from an image, and much more. But ML isn’t exactly beginner friendly! If you want to enhance your Android apps with…

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Android Q (Beta 2): Everything developers need to know

From a user’s perspective, a new version of Android is usually an exciting time. Unless you happen to dislike a particular UI element, it generally means better performance, more stability, and a slew of new features. The top Android Q features you should know For developers, an update like Android Q tends to bring more mixed feelings. Those new features are still good news, potentially allowing for more interesting and powerful functionality in our…

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How Blockchain will Transform the e-commerce Cashback industry in 2019

All you have heard the “Blockchain Technology” is that very important for your secure business. Blockchain Technology is one of the most revolutionary technologies in the 21st century. Several industries are influences on the blockchain technology. Now a This Revolutionary Technology will come to the E-commerce and cashback Business Platform. Let’s see how blockchain can disrupt on Affiliate cashback business/ e-commerce now. What is Blockchain technology? The blockchain is a public distributed database which…

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ML Kit expands into NLP with Language Identification and Smart Reply

Posted by Christiaan Prins and Max Gubin Today we are announcing the release of two new features to ML Kit: Language Identification and Smart Reply. You might notice that both of these features are different from our existing APIs that were all focused on image/video processing. Our goal with ML Kit is to offer powerful but simple-to-use APIs to leverage the power of ML, independent of the domain. As such, we are excited to…

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Google I/O 2019: What to expect

What is Google I/O? It’s an annual developer conference where Google announces new hardware, software, and various updates for its existing apps and services. When and where is Google I/O? The event kicks off Tuesday, May 7, and ends Thursday, May 9. It will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. How to watch Google I/O? As every year, Google will live stream its keynote. We’ll embed the video as soon…

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Muselee 16: Q Connectivity – Part 1

Muselee is a demo app which allows the user to browse popular music artists. It is not intended to be a fully-featured user app, but a vehicle to explore good app architecture, how to implement current best-practice, and explore how the two often go hand in hand. Moreover it will be used to explore how… Muselee 16: Q Connectivity – Part 1 Posted first on " Styling Android " Author: Mark Allison

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Android Q Beta 2 Announced

Android Q beta 2 contains stronger protections for user privacy along with new ways to engage users including bubbles. Dan Galpin highlights many of the changes in both the Q beta 1 and 2 releases,  including extended support for foldables, faster ShareSheets with updated direct sharing, and high performance features such as Vulkan 1.1.  Android Q beta 2 is now available on all Pixel devices.More about the Android Q Developer Preview: https://d.android.com/previewGet the Android…

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A Use Case of Immutable Collections

Caching can greatly improve an application’s performance by reducing the trips to fetch data that changes infrequently. The consistency of cached values is critical at run-time. At development time, we can avoid some human errors by setting caches to be Immutable Collections, so that cached values are not able to be mutated accidentally in code.This blog post will use the simplest cache IMemoryCache in .NET Core to demonstrate usages of Immutable Collections, which is also native…

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Debugging webdriverio tests with VSCode

Debugging tests with webdriverio can get frustrating when you’re trying to figure out why your test is sometimes clicking the wrong elements or just plain not working. Am I using the correct selector? Which element is it actually clicking on? There’s 3 things that you can do to help you drill down:adding many console.log statements to your testusing a debugger to step through the test one line at a timeusing webdriverio’s `browser.debug()` to get an interactive js…

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How I deployed My Vue SPA on Heroku

Photo by Kurt Cotoaga on UnsplashIt was an exceeding finger aching day for me today when I tried deploying my Vue.js app on Heroku. After trying some “known” methods that were in articles and docs, I finally was able to do get it deployed! (With some tweaking on my end though 😏). So let’s see how I did it.Psst: I am assuming you’ve already got a VueJS app and created an Heroku app either via CLI…

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Getting Started with Uber’s Base Web

Base UI by Uber DesignLet’s build a password generator! 🛠In this post, we take a look at Base Web. It’s Uber’s component library offering for React apps. Base is a design system comprised of modern, responsive, living components. Base Web is the React implementation of Base.A major selling point for Base Web is its clever customization solution. This gives you a high level of control over components. This is key when extending components or if you…

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