We publish many tutorials on several different technical topics. All tutorials are meant to help in self-study and exploration of new topics, and are made up of easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions that can be followed by readers in order to learn new programming topics and concepts.

HTML5 Note App Tutorial

In this tutorial we will get to learn how to create a simple note taking app for the web environment that saves and retrieves text notes using HTML5 technologies.

Secure REST API Server Development in Sling with Sympathy

This tutorial teaches you on developing a secure REST API server application in Sling programming language using the Sympathy framework.

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.

Build automation with QX

In this short tutorial, we will learn to make development faster by automating the build and packaging of your software for faster delivery by using QX build automation scripting.

Developing a task list mobile application in Sling

In this tutorial, we will learn how to develop a simple cross platform mobile application using Sling and SQLite as database. The application features a task list or a to-do list, and allows the user to retrieve and manage the entry data in the list. The application is intended to be used on iOS and Android.

Sling Tutorial: Getting started

In this tutorial, you will find out how to use the Sling development tools and how to create, compile and run small programs written in the Sling programming language. The content is presented as a consecutive serious of small programs, each of which demonstrates a particular feature or ability of the Sling language.

Sympathy tutorial: Using text templates

In this tutorial we will learn how to use HTML templates in web development by utilizing the built-in template engine of the Sympathy platform. We will be creating a simple website to demonstrate how to implement and use HTML templates in this manner.

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.


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