Code an Image Gallery Android App With Picasso

What You’ll Be Creating Picasso is a popular open-source Android library for loading both local and remote images. Learn how to easily use it for handling your image loading needs. 1. What Is Picasso? Picasso (name inspired by the famous French artist Pablo Picasso) is a very popular open-source Android library for loading images in…

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Introduction to Popmotion: Pointers and Physics

Welcome back to the Introduction to Popmotion tutorial series. In part 1, we discovered how to use tweens and keyframes to make precise, time-scheduled animations. In Part 2, we’re going to look at pointer tracking and velocity-based animations. Pointer tracking allows us to create scrollable product shelves, custom value sliders, or drag-and-drop interfaces. Velocity-based animations…

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What Are the WordPress PHP Coding Standards?

What are the WordPress PHP coding standards? In this video from my course, Learn PHP for WordPress, you’ll learn all about the coding standards and why they’re important. The WordPress PHP Coding Standards What Are the WordPress PHP Coding Standards? You can find the full WordPress PHP coding standards in the official WordPress handbook. They’re…

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Creating Your First App With Fuse

Now that you’ve learned the basic concepts of Fuse, it’s time to put things into practice and build an app. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to develop an app using the Fuse framework. Specifically, you’re going to learn the following: How to code using UX Markup. How to use the Observable, Timer, and Geolocation…

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Study shows the fraught relationship between tech recruiters and hiring managers

HackerRank today published its 2018 Tech Recruiting Report. The paper examines trends and perspectives in the competitive developer recruitment market, and has identified several trends that are guaranteed to raise eyebrows. One trend spotted by HackerRank is that there seems to be endemic relationship issues between recruiters and hiring managers. HackerRank asked how they perceived…

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Introduction to Popmotion: Tween

Popmotion is a functional JavaScript animation library. Compared to other libraries like GreenSock or Anime.js, Popmotion is low-level and unopinionated. It packs a ton of features, like spring physics and pointer tracking, into a very small filesize (11.5kb). It allows developers to write their own features using simple functions, rather than waiting for the library…

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15 Best Android App Templates of 2018

Android app templates have been gaining in popularity over the past few years, and that’s no wonder. They’re a huge time saver for experienced developers, helping them to cut through the slog of creating an app from scratch and focus their talents instead on the unique and customised parts of creating a new app. App…

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How gaming can help solve cybersecurity woes

Who would’ve thought a few years ago that in one year, we would see the personal information of all U.S. voters leaked, the Social Security numbers of more than a hundred million people stolen, and the sensitive financial data of hundreds of millions of people exposed by companies that were supposed to protect them? All…

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Introduction to Machine Learning in Python

Machine learning is the act of giving computers the ability to learn without explicitly programming them. This is done by giving data to computers and having them transform the data into decision models which are then used for future predictions. In this tutorial, we will talk about machine learning and some of the fundamental concepts…

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Introducing Fuse for Cross-Platform App Development

There’s no shortage of tools when it comes to developing apps that work cross-platform. It originally started with PhoneGap, which then became Cordova. Then came the hybrid frameworks with near-native performance, like React Native and NativeScript. And more recently came Google’s Flutter. My point is that there are a lot of those frameworks out there.…

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