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RxJava Operators In General – RxJava Tutorial #3

RxJava Operators in General In this article, we will continue discussing about RxJava Operators in general and what are the various types of RxJava Operators available. This article will be a brief introduction focusing on what are RxJava Operators and What are the types of Operators available in RxJava that we can use. In the following upcoming articles, we will …

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Binary Search using Kotlin – Searching Algorithms #1

In this article, let us discuss one more Algorithm – Binary Search which is the most frequently asked Algorithms during Interviews. Let us discuss about it in brief and how to implement its algorithm using Kotlin Programming Language. According to Wikipedia, A Binary Search is a search algorithm that finds the position of a target value within a sorted array. The …

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Quick Sort Kotlin Implementation – Sorting Algorithms #4

Quick Sort is based on divide and conquer algorithmic technique, similar to Merge Sort. In this tutorial, we will be looking at  Quick Sort Kotlin Implementation. How Quick Sort Works? In Quick Sort, we will consider a random element of an array as pivot and partition the array into two – left part and right part. The main essence of …

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Bubble Sort Kotlin Implementation – Sorting Algorithms #2

Bubble Sort is the simplest Algorithm of all the sorting techniques. It compares two adjacent elements and swaps them if they are in wrong order. In this article we will focus on Bubble Sort Kotlin Implementation How Bubble Sort Works? Bubble sort works by iterating through the array of N elements, from the first element to the last, comparing each …

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Selection Sort Kotlin with Example – Sorting Algorithms #1

Selection Sort is one of the most important sorting algorithm frequently looked upon and is even asked in the Interviews. In this article we will look at Selection Sort Kotlin Implementation with example. Before diving into the code, let us see what is a Selection sort and Whether its efficient to use or not. What is a Selection Sort Selection sort is …

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Java SimpleDateFormat Example

In Java SimpleDateFormat article we’ll see how to use java.text.SimpleDateFormat class, which provides methods to format date to string or parse string to date. The SimpleDateFormat is a class which inherits java.text.DateFormat class. Creating a SimpleDateFormat Instance: String pattern = “dd-MM-yyyy”; SimpleDateFormat sdf= new SimpleDateFormat(pattern); The pattern String parameter used for parsing and formatting of dates. The Pattern Examples are given at the …

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Android SharedPreferences Example – Android Storage Types Tutorial #1

Android SharedPreferences provides an easy and efficient way to store data in the form of Key value pairs in Android. Unlike other storage options whose setup is a bit complex, SharedPreferences provides an easy way to read and write data into a file. What are SharedPreferences? SharedPreferences are just key value pairs which are stored in an xml file. If …

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Android Custom Font For Entire Application using Android Studio

In this Android custom font article, we will look at how to apply custom font for the entire Application. Here I am taking the project of my previous article on FirebaseUI and cloning it to apply custom font to that application. The entire code for this tutorial is made available as a separate Github project. You can clone/download.from the following link: …

Android Upload File to Server

Android Upload file to server using PHP, MySQL

In this Android Upload File to Server tutorial, we are going to discuss about how to select a file in android and upload it to the server using New Android Studio. Using the following code, we can successfully upload images, videos, documents, zip files, etc.. to the server. The code is tested for files upto 10MB of size. Note: The …

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Google Analytics Android Integration using Android Studio

Did you ever wanted to track your users in real time? Did you ever wondered how many people are using your app right now and in what activity/screen they are currently in,which country uses your app the most? Here is the easiest and free service to track all those in an easy manner – Google Analytics. Google Analytics Android is …