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Welcome to Training for Android developers. Here you'll find sets of lessons within classes that describe how to accomplish a specific task with code samples you can re-use in your app. Classes are organized into several groups you can see at the top-level of the left navigation. This first group, Getting Started, teaches you the bare essentials for Android app development. If you're a new Android app developer, you should complete each of these classes in order. If you think you might prefer to learn the basics through interactive video training, check out this trailer for a course in the fundamentals of Android development. Start the video course

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Échantillons Welcome to code samples for Android developers. Here you can browse sample code and learn how to build different components for your applications. Use the categories on the left to browse the available samples. Each sample is a fully functioning Android app. iPadiPhone Course By Sarah Jane Keller Steve Fyffe Paul Hegarty teaches students how to program applications for iPads and iPhones in a free online course that's the most popular download on Stanford's iTunes U site, with more than 10 million views. Students may covet seats in Stanford's popular iPhone and iPad application development course, but you don't need to be in the classroom to take the course. Anyone with app dreams can follow along online. Stanford has just released the iOS 5 incarnation of iPhone Application Development on iTunes U, where the public can download course lectures and slides for free.

Android Design Support Library Posted by Ian Lake, Developer Advocate Android 5.0 Lollipop was one of the most significant Android releases ever, in no small part due to the introduction of material design, a new design language that refreshed the entire Android experience. Our detailed spec is a great place to start to adopt material design, but we understand that it can be a challenge for developers, particularly ones concerned with backward compatibility. With a little help from the new Android Design Support Library, we’re bringing a number of important material design components to all developers and to all Android 2.1 or higher devices. You’ll find a navigation drawer view, floating labels for editing text, a floating action button, snackbar, tabs, and a motion and scroll framework to tie them together. Navigation View

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R: Regular Expression R Regular Expression R has various functions for regular expression based match and replaces. The grep, grepl, regexpr and gregexpr functions are used for searching for matches, while sub and gsub for performing replacement. How to Set Keyword Bookmarks in Google Chrome @valadil: I've been using xmarks to sync between FireFox and Chrome. My keyword searches would mostly generally work, as well as my keyword bookmarks, although my keyword searches didn't show up in my bookmarks. As it turns out, I used this article to right-click the omni-bar, and found a good number of my keyword searches there, as well as my keyword bookmarks. Of course, there's also a lot of junk I'll need to clean up, and I don't know how they'll sync with FireFox, but this is definitely a step towards keywords (I actually stopped using Chrome and went back to FireFox because of keywords, this might switch me back if they sync properly!)

The Ultimate Teacher's Guide To Creating Educational Apps It’s no secret that students love their smartphones. Most were seemingly born with one in their hand. They use them to chat, talk with friends, get news, and to learn. Android BroadcastReceiver Android BroadcastReceiver - Tutorial Copyright © 2011, 2012, 2013 vogella GmbH Using BroadcastReceivers in Android This tutorial describes how to create and consume Android services. It is based on Eclipse 4.3, Java 1.6 and Android 4.2.

Introducing Club ID & PIN What's all this Club ID & PIN about? We’ve introduced a Club ID and PIN so, when you click on the project you would like to access, you will now be prompted to enter these. Registered volunteers and clubs hosts will use the Club ID and PIN, which can also be shared with Code Club members to use in club time and at home as well. GI01/M055: Supervised Learning, Fall 2014 Course description The course covers supervised approaches to machine learning. It starts by probabilistic pattern recognition followed by an in-depth introduction to various supervised learning algorithms such as Least Squares, Lasso, Perceptron Algorithm, Support Vector Machines and Boosting. Prerequisites Calculus, basic probability, basic linear algebra. 100 Tools to Develop the Next Killer iOS or Android App <i><i><i><i><i><i><i><i><i>This post is #11 in DailyTekk’s famous Top 100 series which explores the best startups, gadgets, apps, websites and services in a given category. Total items listed: 113. Time to compile: 6+ hours. Follow @DailyTekk on Twitter to make sure you don’t miss a week! </i></i></i></i></i></i></i></i></i>

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