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Paolo Amoroso: Revisiting Building Android Apps in Python Using Kivy with Android Studio

One of the books I read on Kivy, a Python cross-platform GUI framework, is Building Android Apps in Python Using Kivy with Android Studio: With Pyjnius, Plyer, and Buildozer by Ahmed Fawzy Mohamed Gad (Apress, 2019). My comments on the book, which focused on it not being a good match for my learning needs, sounded negative. Perhaps unnecessarily so. The cover of Building Android Apps in Python Using Kivy with Android Studio in Google Play Books on my Pixel 2 XL. The author, Ahmed Fawzy Mohamed Gad, emailed me concerning…

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Why Progressive Web Apps Are The Future of Mobile Web

Here’s one of the best essays I’ve ever read about why progressive web apps are important, how they work, and what impact they have on a business: PWAs are powerful, effective, fast and app-like. It’s hard to imagine a mobile web property that could not be significantly improved via PWA implementation. They can also potentially eliminate the need for many “vanity” native apps that exist today. My only small disagreement with this piece is their use of the term “mobile web.” I know it’s a tiny thing to get persnickety…

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11 Awesome Mobile Apps for Soccer Fans

In this post we have collected 11 awesome mobile apps for soccer fans. All these apps are must have for any soccer fan to get updates on the go. LiveScore Live scores directly from the source, the 1st live score service on the Internet, powered by LiveScore.com since 1998. This application comes directly from LiveScore Ltd., the leaders and inventors of real-time delivery of live sport data and owners of the no.1 ranked football / soccer web site globally. Android | iOS  Soccer Scores Pro – FotMob (iOS Only) *…

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