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With an ever changing landscape of devices, Android Programming has become an increasingly challenging task. That’s why we built the Packt Hub. We provide the latest news from tools and languages like Android Studio, Kotlin and Java.

Booting Up Android System Using PXE/NFS

In this article by Roger Ye, the author of the book Android System Programming, introduces two challenges present in most of the embedded Linux system...
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Getting started with Kotlin programming

Learning a programming language is a daunting experience for many people and not one that most individuals generally choose to undertake. Regardless of the problem...

Customizing Kernel and Boot Sequence

In this article by Ivan Morgillo and Stefano Viola, the authors of the book Learning Embedded Android N Programming, you will learn about the kernel...

How to Convert POJO to JSON Using Gson in Android Studio

JSON has become the defacto standard of data exchange on the web. Compared to its cousin XML, it is smaller in size and faster...

How to Build an Android To-Do App with PhoneGap, HTML and jQuery

In this post, we are going to create a simple HTML 5, JavaScript, and CSS application then use PhoneGap to build it and turn...
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What role does Linux play in securing Android devices?

In this article, we will talk about the Android Model particularly the Linux Kernel layer, over which Android is built. We will also talk...
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Forget C and Java. Learn Kotlin: the next universal programming language

Kotlin is fast moving towards becoming the universal programming language. What is a universal programming language? From a simplistic view, the expectation could be that one...

Writing a Fully Native Application

In this article written by Sylvain Ratabouil, author of Android NDK Beginner`s Guide - Second Edition, we have breached Android NDK's surface using JNI....

Build your first Android app with Kotlin

Android application with Kotlin is an area which shines. Before getting started on this journey, we must set up our systems for the task at...

OpenCV and Android: Making Your Apps See

Computer vision might sound like an exotic term, but it's actually a piece of technology that you can easily find in your daily life....

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Understanding the Foundation of Protocol-oriented Design

When Apple announced Swift 2 at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in 2016, they also declared that Swift was the world’s first protocol-oriented...