Category Archives: Application Development

Recommended Android libraries by Udacity

Creating a content provider is no easy feat, and it has many components. Many developers have struggled with this, so naturally, someone created a library to simplify this process. Check out Schematic for an example of such a library. Loading … Continue reading

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Applications/frameworks on my development machine…

Updated on 6th November 2016 Following my previous post on Android libraries that developers should have, I have decided to share the development applications and frameworks, as well as the IDEs, I have on my computer that I feel other … Continue reading

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5 Android libraries I must remember to have

This blog post is written in response to the Top 5 Android libraries every Android developer should know about by Dario Penić. He gave 5 libraries for features that every Java developer, not just Android developers, should import into his/her applications to ease … Continue reading

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NetBeans Connector for Chrome not working on Mavericks

I have installed the latest Chrome browser and NetBeans 8.0 on my MacBook Pro upgraded to OSX 10.9.3. However, the NetBeans Connector extension on my Chrome fails to redirect to my HTML5 application on the embedded web-server (http://localhost:8383) and simply … Continue reading

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IAmHere is now BFB!

The little app I did called I Am Here has obtained the Built For BlackBerry status after I did a rewrite using native BBOS10 codes. Hopefully BlackBerry continues to be relevant in the smartphone market as the operating system is … Continue reading

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