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.

Jkop Widgets

The Jkop framework includes a number of widgets, which are reusable user interface components that can be used to construct good-looking, modern user interfaces for mobile devices as well as web and desktop applications. The Jkop Widget API offers a common development framework regardless of the underlying platform, but would use the underlying platform-specific mechanisms to provide the actual functionality.

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.

The Jkop Framework

Jkop is an API framework that aims to provide consistent or identical APIs and development experiences across different programming languages and technology platforms. It is also intended to act as a common layer between them. The Jkop project is composed of several modules, each of which is targeted for a specific purpose or environment.

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.

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