Learn how to develop mobile applications on different platforms, how to make better apps, how to optimize your applications, how to develop networked applications, how to develop more efficiently, what libraries and frameworks to use, and much more

Android development on the command line

Android development is commonly done using Android Studio or some other IDE environment. This short tutorial takes a different perspective of Android programming, and discusses ways in which developing, compiling, installing and debugging Android applications can be achieved on the command line.

Developing the Catch It game with EQ and Jkop

In this tutorial, we will be making an egg catching game. This is based on a real game that is also published on the actual mobile app stores.

Integrating AdMob in an EQ application

AdMob is a popular advertising service and toolkit owned and operated by Google. With AdMob, a developer can include advertisements in a game or an application, and can earn a share of the advertising revenues.

iOS development on the command line

In this tutorial, we will be making a simple iOS application using a text editor and the command line.

Jkop Frameworks and Libraries

The Jkop project provides frameworks and libraries that provide consistent or identical APIs and development experiences across different programming languages and technology environments. The Jkop project is composed of several libraries, each of which is targeted for a specific purpose or target audience.

Jkop EQ

Jkop EQ is a multi-platform, multi-language generic API framework for the development of software applications. The platform includes various functionalities, ranging from basic computing features (strings, integer computations, mathematical functions, file access, socket I/O, threading, etc.) to graphical user interfaces and user interface controls.

Jkop Sprite: The game development framework

Jkop, formerly known as the Eqela Sprite Engine, provides features and functionality for developing applications with high performance motion graphics, which commonly means games (but can also be used for other kinds of highly graphical applications).

Mobile application with SQLite in EQ

In this tutorial, we will learn how to integrate the SQLite database in a mobile application developed in the EQ programming language. We will be creating a small savings app where you can save, edit, delete and update your personal finances. At the end of this tutorial, you will have learned how to integrate the SQLite database in your EQ mobile application.

How to port a Sprite Engine game to Jkop?

If you have made a game or other kind of application using the Eqela Sprite Engine on Eqela Code Studio 3.0 or earlier, you can easily port the game over to Jkop Sprite Engine using these instructions.

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